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R Tayls: Family war on the cards

R Tayls: Family war on the cards

Speaking ahead of the Everton game today, Ryan Taylor has outlined the fact he`ll be itching to nail the Evertonians today by revealing he is of the red side of Merseyside. Taylor said:

'It's split down the middle in my house, there are a lot of reds and a lot of blues. Me andmy dad are red, and my mum and brother are blues so there's always plenty of banter flying around. I'm sure when mum comes to the game she'll want her son to do well. I don't think she'll clip me round the ear if I score - she'll be up and out of her seat because she's only an armchair Everton fan anyway!'



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Writer:Ross Molyneux
Date:Sunday February 22 2009
Time: 12:12PM

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