Special Q&A with Neil Taylor

25th November 2014

With the Swans playing a big role in the Barclays Premier League Live event in Mumbai next month, we are putting Neil Taylor under the spotlight in a special Q&A session.

We want Twitter and Facebook users to submit their questions to Taylor - the only player within the Barclays Premier League who is of Indian descent - ahead of the Live event.

The two-day show sees vice-chairman Leigh Dineen and club ambassador Lee Trundle leading a Swans delegation in India as the club looks to expand its global profile.

Fans in India will have the opportunity to watch live matches broadcast on a giant 380-square-ft screen, meet legends of the Barclays Premier League and get up close with the iconic trophy.

Taylor visited Kolkata - his mother's birthplace - last year due to his role with the Barclays Premier League's Premier Skills Kolkata Goalz Project.

He hailed the club's involvement in the Live event, saying: "It's great to see this event heading to India. I was in India last year and I saw the passion people have for football.

"Football is a growing sport there and the Barclays Premier League Live event will be a big success.

"It's fantastic news for Mumbai, and also for our club. For Swansea City to be part of the event is fantastic."

Submit your questions via the club's official Twitter and Facebook accounts using #AskTaylor.

We will post the final Q&A video via our club's website and Swans TV YouTube channel.