Gareth Taylor has admitted he hopes to limit the incomings and outgoings at Manchester City during the transfer window, with three first team regulars currently set to be out of contract in the summer.
Gareth Taylor believes the trust within the Manchester City squad was pivotal to his side's second half of the season renaissance and surge into the WSL's final Champions League place.
Gareth Taylor has promised Manchester City will look to attack the final four games of the WSL season in the race for Champions League football.
Women’s Super League: Man City boss Gareth Taylor talks form, and battle with Man Utd for Champions League spot
Manchester City Women head coach Gareth Taylor is relishing the race for the FA Women's Super League third Champions League spot - particularly as their direct challengers are as local as they come. City are fighting it out with the red side of Manchester for a place in the top...
Gareth Taylor has offered insight into how he has used his personal experience of recovering from a ruptured ACL to help manage Chloe Kelly's comeback from the same injury. Kelly had been in irresistible form for Manchester City during the 2020/21 season following her summer move from Everton, before her campaign was curtailed in May due to a ruptured ACL.
Gareth Taylor has admitted he is hopeful that Manchester City midfielder Vicky Losada can return to action before April's international break. Losada was replaced at half time during City's 4-1 FA Cup victory over Manchester United on 27 February, and has sat out her side's two subsequent fixtures. The City...
Manchester City boss Gareth Taylor admitted he was 'blown away' by his side's second half performance as City turned in an electric display in the second 45 to beat Chelsea 3-1 and win the 2022 Continental Cup final. City had trailed 1-0 at the break with Chelsea in full control,...
Manchester City manager Gareth Taylor has revealed that Chloe Kelly is 'very close' to making her return to first team action after a 10-month injury layoff. Having earned a move from Everton to City in the summer of 2020, the winger was in the form of her life during her debut season with her new club, chipping in with 10 goals and 11 assists in 21 WSL appearances.
Manchester City manager Gareth Taylor has spoken optimistically about the level of depth in his squad as the final third of the 2021/22 season now approaches. Having recovered from a dreadful start to the campaign by their own high standards, City are still in the hunt for the WSL’s third Champions League place and progressed to the quarter-finals of the Women’s FA Cup on Sunday thanks to an emphatic win over Manchester United.
Emma Hayes, the Chelsea manager, and her Manchester City counterpart, Gareth Taylor, have both called for an expansion of the Women’s Super League
Manchester City manager Gareth Taylor says it is a "privilege" for his side to be in the Continental League Cup semi-finals after a turbulent season. City, who have won the competition three times, face Tottenham in Thursday's semi-final in Manchester. Holders Chelsea host Manchester United in the first semi-final on...
Man City Women manager Gareth Taylor says 'Women's Super League title race is not over' after Arsenal Women draw
Manchester City manager Gareth Taylor believes the Barclays FA Women's Super League title race is not over after drawing 1-1 with Arsenal on Sunday. Khadija Shaw fired Man City ahead, although it came in controversial circumstances after the ball hit referee Abigail Byrne in the build-up. But Arsenal showed their...
Arsenal manager Jonas Eidevall has called on the WSL to make referees full-time professionals following Manchester City's controversial goal during the 1-1 draw at the Academy Stadium. City broke the deadlock through Khadija Shaw's close range finish just after the hour mark, with the Jamaican international sweeping home Lauren Hemp's...
Man City Women 5-0 Aston Villa Women: Hosts lift Gareth Taylor with thumping Women's Super League win
Manchester City claimed their first home win of a turbulent Women's Super League season and lifted pressure on Gareth Taylor with a 5-0 rout of Aston Villa. Villa had impressively frustrated their struggling hosts during a goalless first half at the Academy Stadium but Caroline Weir finally elevated the game with a stylish opener (48) and Georgia Stanway's far scruffier effort came just two minutes and 26 seconds later.
Gareth Taylor said: ‘There is nothing for me to consider,’ when asked whether his position as manager of Manchester City was in question after a 4-0 home defeat by Chelsea