Jack Magazine matchday programme Neil Taylor

13th May

Jack Magazine bows out with a bang as Neil Taylor reflects upon a topsy-turvy Barclays Premier League campaign in the final matchday programme of the season on Sunday.
In time for Swansea's ultimate match of the 2015-16 campaign against Manchester City, Taylor talks to Jack Mag about the story of this season, the lessons learned and the prospect of an exciting summer ahead.
"I think that football is changing every year, and you have to be ready for it," Taylor tells Jack Magazine. "During the early season, Watford came with a 4-4-2 and nobody saw it coming, while Leicester are so fast on the counter-attack.
"There are many different styles of play in the league and so many different types of managers. Each team throw up a different question every week. Maybe the old fashioned way of playing just one way doesn't work as much as it used to.
"At home is where we want to stamp our own style, like we did against Liverpool and Chelsea, but away from home, I think we need to be better at nullifying the opposition's threats, because that's where you pick up crucial points, which takes pressure off your home games.
I think those matches against the likes of Chelsea and Liverpool show what we are really capable of. When we are at our best, we are a match for anyone."

Elsewhere in Saturday's matchday magazine, we get to know a little bit more about Under-21 striker Owain Jones, while young defender Keston Davies previews Swans Under-19s' FAW Youth Cup Final against Connah's Quay.
Meanwhile, ex-Manchester City and Swans defender Vic Gomersall reflects on his time at both clubs, former Rugby Union player Will Greenwood goes under the spotlight in 'A Famous Face', and former Swans goalkeeper Derek Bellotti features in 'Where Are They Now?'.
And if that wasn't enough for you, we have plenty more insightful and entertaining features to whet your appetite right up until kick-off!
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