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Burton Albion: They Played for Both Clubs: Cleveland Taylor

He looks as shocked as everybody else that we haven't gone with Kevin Poole...

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Cleveland Kenneth Wayne Taylor will be a bit of a mystery to Bolton Wanderers, fans apart from sharing his name with a popular Family Guy character.

Born in 1981, the right-winger started his career with the Wanderers but failed to make a first-team appearance, spending spells on loan at Exeter City, Scarborough and Scunthorpe United, before making his move to the Irons permanent in 2004.

He spent four years there, getting capped for Jamaica at Under 23 level (despite being born in Leicester) before moving on again and he first joined Burton Albion on loan from Brentford in 2010. In 2011, Taylor made his move to the Brewers permanent and spent a further three years there, in total scoring 7 goals in 77 appearances over his two loan spells.

Taylor now plies his trade for Corby Town in Conference North (or National League North as it’s now ridiculously called).

He is also a qualified, level three personal trainer and works as a personal trainer at Pure Gym when he's not turning out for Corby Town. You can follow Cleveland on Twitter at @c1evelan83.