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Taylor to miss West Brom Trip

Sometimes, as you go through life, there are things more important than this wonderful game of ours.

Once you become a parent you adjust your outlook on life, you adopt a different perspective and prioritize things different.

This weekend, West Ham United will be making the trip north to take on West Bromwich, at the Hawthorns, this Saturday.

One player will not be making the trip - Matt Taylor.

It would seem that Taylor has been given compassionate leave to remain behind to care for his sick daughter.

Here at Vital West Ham United we applaud the club for taking this stance and we hope Matty`s daughter makes a complete recovery soon.




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Writer: Rossy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday April 25 2014

Time: 1:07PM

 

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