Neil Taylor backed by Steve Bruce after horror tackle on Seamus Coleman - with an instant return for Aston Villa ... - The Sun

STEVE BRUCE is backing Neil Taylor after his horror tackle on Seamus Coleman — by putting him straight in the firing line. The Wales full-back's X- rated tackle in last week's World Cup qualifier in Dublin left Republic of Ireland defender Coleman ...and more »

How Aston Villa have handled Neil Taylor following that challenge on Seamus Coleman - Birmingham Mail

Steve Bruce says Neil Taylor 'wouldn't intentionally want to hurt anybody' after the Aston Villa defender's horror tackle on international duty with Wales. Taylor was shown a straight red card during last week's World Cup qualifier with Republic of ...and more »

Jamie Carragher: Every footballer capable of a leg-breaker - Daily Mail

Poor Seamus. Those two words have dominated conversations this week, particularly on Merseyside. Everton's stricken right back should be lining up against Liverpool on Saturday. We all winced at the footage of Neil Taylor's reckless tackle that left ...and more »

This happened when Aston Villa's Steve Bruce tried to kick an opponent during his playing days - Birmingham Mail

Steve Bruce has revealed how he once tried to kick an opponent but ended up with a broken leg! The Aston Villa boss was fielding plenty of questions about left-back Neil Taylor this morning following his challenge which left Seamus Coleman with a ...and more »

Steve Bruce questions FIFA over Neil Taylor proceedings - Daily Mail

Villa's Taylor, already banned for Wales' June trip to Serbia, is facing an extended suspension if the governing body decides to punish him further. Bruce said: 'It seems a bit extreme if FIFA are getting involved, but it is a World Cup qualifier. I ...and more »

Taking consequence into account is a foul-up - The Straits Times

It has instigated disciplinary proceedings against Wales defender Neil Taylor over the foul tackle that broke the tibia and fibula in Ireland full-back Seamus Coleman's right leg last week. Taylor was sent off, the only thing the Italian referee could do.and more »

Aston Villa news: Bruce reveals Taylor 'sorry' over Coleman injury - Daily Star

ASTON Villa boss Steve Bruce said the Wales international as he decides whether to include him in his weekend squad. By Peter Truman / Published 31st March 2017. The left-back was given a straight red for the horror challenge on the Everton full-back ...and more »

Neil Taylor: Aston Villa defender 'desperately sorry' for Seamus Coleman injury - BBC Sport

Neil Taylor is "desperately sorry" for the tackle that broke Seamus Coleman's leg, says Aston Villa boss Steve Bruce. Wales left-back Taylor, 28, was sent off for the challenge during the World Cup qualifier with the Republic of Ireland in Dublin on 24 ...and more »

Steve Bruce describes FIFA disciplinary action against Neil Taylor as "harsh" - Newstalk 106-108 fm

Aston Villa manager Steve Bruce has spoken about the "deep disappointment" felt by Neil Taylor after his horror tackle on Ireland captain Seamus Coleman. Coleman sustained a horrific double fracture to his right leg after Taylor lunged at him in the ...and more »

Neil Taylor's horror challenge is 'playing on his mind', says Ason Villa boss Bruce - Irish Mirror

The Wales defender has yet to break his silence on the incident but his Aston Villa boss Steve Bruce today revealed how it is playing on Taylor's mind. Share; Comments. ByPaul O'Hehir. 13:10, 31 MAR 2017. Sport. (Photo: AFP/Getty Images).and more »