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Reg Taylor 1939-2020

By www.kingstonian.com (fwpbot)17/7/2020 16:08Fri Jul 17 16:08:03 2020

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Renowned former K's and Woking man passes away.

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Re: Reg Taylor 1939-2020

By K's196017/7/2020 16:38Fri Jul 17 16:38:06 2020In response to Reg Taylor 1939-2020Top of thread

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Sad news RIP Reg thanks for the memories, happy days. Condolences to the family.

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Re: Reg Taylor 1939-2020

By a krinkly17/7/2020 16:39Fri Jul 17 16:39:50 2020In response to Re: Reg Taylor 1939-2020Top of thread

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Same here, I saw the last few years of his time with K's, condolences to his family.

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Re: Reg Taylor 1939-2020

By Berkshire Hoops17/7/2020 20:05Fri Jul 17 20:05:00 2020In response to Re: Reg Taylor 1939-2020Top of thread

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I was 13 when I first saw The K's and Reg became a firm favourite. He took no prisoners when tackling and was almost impossible to get past him. Not the quickest player but as solid as they came in those days. I will always remember his grin as he "took out" several Leytonstone players just after they had won the Amateur cup.

My condolences to his family.

R.I.P. Reg

Keith.

Why worry, be happy.

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