Proud Taylor privileged to take charge of City's women's team

Gareth Taylor says he feels privileged to have been given the opportunity to manage Manchester City Women’s team.

The 47-year-old, who played for the Club between 1998 and 2001, expressed his pride after signing a three-year deal to succeed Nick Cushing as Head Coach.

Taylor has enjoyed a successful spell in charge of City’s Under-18s for the past three seasons and is very much looking forward to testing himself in a first-team environment.

“It feels great,” he said in his first interview since being appointed.

“I’m really proud and privileged and really excited about the journey going forward.”

In a wide-ranging interview with CityTV’s Caroline Oatway, Taylor also discussed his aims, ongoing recruitment plans, his management style and the conversation he had with Cushing before taking the role.

You can hear everything Gareth had to say in the video above.

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