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Tuesday May 11, 2010
Though the Portuguese season has just drawn to a close, Estoril striker Tony Taylor says he does not intend to take the summer off.
Sunday May 9, 2010
Tony Taylor and Kamani Hill both came on in the second half of losing efforts in the final weekend of the Liga Vitalis season.
Friday May 7, 2010
Tony Taylor will try to continue his goal scoring exploits in the final weekend of the Portuguese season, while Bryan Arguez will hope to make a first team return.
Sunday May 2, 2010
Tony Taylor came off the bench to score for the second game in a row and clinch a point as Estoril visited Fátima on Saturday afternoon. Fellow Floridian Bryan Arguez did not dress for Os Canarinhos.
Friday April 30, 2010
Tony Taylor is likely to feature in attack for Estoril when they travel to Fátima on Saturday, while Bryan Arguez will battle for a roster spot for the first time in three weeks.
Sunday April 25, 2010
Tony Taylor's first goal in Portugal secured a crucial victory for Estoril over Aves while Estoril's other American, Miami native Bryan Arguez, did not dress for the game.
Thursday April 22, 2010
Tony Taylor and Bryan Arguez of Estoril will play host to a fellow Yank when Kamani Hill and CD Aves visit the Estádio António Coimbra da Mota on Saturday.
Sunday April 18, 2010
Tony Taylor was the only Yank to see action this weekend in Portugal as Estoril fell to Penafiel.
Tuesday, December 15, 2009
YA has learned today that USA U20 forward, Tony Taylor, has come to terms with Estoril FC of the Portuguese second division, Liga Vitalis.
Wednesday, September 30, 2009
What a difference a day makes. All Thomas Rongen had to do was turn back to the pros and things changed ever so drastically overnight. While many are prone to now praise Rongen for the changes he made to right the US ship, the more pressing question is why was it not until the second game - after months of training and two friendlies in Cyprus before the tournament - that he put a passable lineup on the field?
Monday, September 28, 2009
Thursday, September 24, 2009
With the USA's first game in the Under-20 World Cup now less than three days away, I had the chance to talk to former US National team player and MLS coach, Fernando Clavijo.