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JORDAN MOORE-TAYLOR
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  • JORDAN MOORE-TAYLOR
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UPDATED 11:52 9th May 2016

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THE SOLID centre-back pairing of Danny Coles and Pat Baldwin made appearances hard to come by for fellow centre-half Moore-Taylor in his debut senior season in 2012/13.  

However, the left-footed defender proved himself an adept full-back when called upon too and made nine senior appearances for the Grecians in his first year as a pro.  His first appearance for the club came against Championship side Crystal Palace in the first round of the Capital One Cup – lining up at left-back, and facing former City left-back Dean Moxey.

After occasional short runs in the team, Jordan established himself as a regular starter for Exeter during the 2013/14 season – however an injury picked up in Brazil against Tupi meant that the youngster missed the beginning of the following campaign.

He would nail down a first-team place in 2014/15, scoring goals in wins at Tranmere and Luton, but would miss the ensuing off-season with injury. He made his return to the side with a full ninety minutes in the Johnstone's Paint Trophy win against Portsmouth in September. Moore-Taylor assumed the captaincy midway through the 2015/16 season, and would conclude a strong personal campaign by taking home the ExEC-100 Club Player of the Season award.