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VIDEO: Tayls' India visit


Neil Taylor spread the Swans gospel in India recently as he helped nurture the nation's underprivileged young footballers.
The Swans left-back, whose mother hails from Calcutta, flew out to India due to his role with the Barclays Premier League's Premier Skills Kolkata Goalz Project, which is run in partnership with the British Council.
Wales international Taylor, who also has relatives living in New Delhi, held sessions with local players, coaches and coordinators of the project at East Bengal's ground as he passed on his experience.
Watch the video below for the full story.



*Launched in July 2011, Kolkata Goalz is inspired by the Premier League's innovative partnership with the London Metropolitan Police, which has successfully engaged over 70,000 young people from all over England in sport and other positive activities.
The project runs in partnership Kolkata Police, the Kolkata Municipal Corporation, AIFF and IFA and is delivered in association with nine Kolkata clubs - Mohun Bagan, East Bengal Club, George Telegraph, Mohammedan Sporting, Police Athletic, United Sports Club, Aryan, Dalhousie Athletic and Kalighat Milan Sangha.

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