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Stevenage Managers Peter Taylor

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Previous Club(s):

Crystal Palace
England U21
Hull City
Brighton & Hove Albion
Leicester City
England U21
Dover Athletic
Southend United

Later Club(s):

Wycombe Wanderers
Bradford City
Kerala Blasters (IND)
New Zealand (A)
Gillingham (DoF)
Dagenham & Redbridge

Playing Career:

Exeter City, Oldham Athletic (loan), Leyton Orient, Tottenham Hotspur, Crystal Palace, Southend United

Boro' Honours:
  • None to report
Complete Record:
P W D L F A Pts* WR%
Best League:

6th, Blue Square Premier (2007/8)

Best FA Cup:

R1 (2007/8)

Best League Cup:


Best FA Trophy:

R3 (2007/8)

Stevenage Borough managed to pull off an amazing coup in replacing Mark Stimson by securing former England caretaker boss Peter Taylor as the new man in charge. Taylor is no stranger to non-league management after previously taking the helm at Dartford and Dover Athletic, but in recent years he has plyed his trade in the Football League.

In his management career he has led both Gillingham and Hull City to promotion, but he inexplicably managed to lose a strong placing in the 2008 playoff hunt, eventually finishing two points adrift of the top five. At the end of the 2007/8 season, after just a matter of months in charge, Taylor left Broadhall Way and was named Wycombe manager.