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|Full Name||Frederick Taylor|
|Date of Birth||1884|
|Place of Birth||Rotherham, Yorkshire|
|Position||Right half back|
|Debut||25 December 1909|
|Games (goals)||171 (4)|
|Other clubs|| Gainsborough Trinity|
Frederick "Fred" Taylor (born 1884 in Rotherham) was a right half back who played for Chelsea immediately prior to the First World War. He joined from Gainsborough Trinity and would later play for Brentford and Peterborough United.
Taylor began his career at Second Division side Gainsborough Trinity before joining Chelsea in 1909. A regular in the side for six seasons, he was a mainstay of the Chelsea side that reached the club's first FA Cup Final in 1915.
Following the First World War Taylor moved to Brentford. He later managed Peterborough United from 1936-1937.
|1||1909-10||02 April||1910||First Division||Bradford City||1-0||1-4||Valley Parade|
|2||1911-12||06 April||1912||Second Division||Glossop North End||1-1||2-1||North Road|
|3||1911-12||22 April||1912||Second Division||Blackpool||1-0||4-1||Stamford Bridge|
|4||1913-14||14 April||1914||First Division||West Bromwich Albion||1-0||3-1||The Hawthorns|
- Runner-up: 1915