in #KillieStories November 4, 2018
Greg Taylor has thanked his family, his Killie managers and the fans for their support after reaching 100 games for the club.
The left back has reached the landmark a day before his 21st birthday having become a model of consistency for both club and country since making his debut in May 2016.
He said: "I’ve got a lot of people to thank especially Lee Clark, who was my first manager and gave me a chance and then Steve Clarke of course as he’s been brilliant with me."I’ve got a good family and my mum (Fiona) and dad (Hugh) have been massive for me in my career. They took me everywhere and they still come to watch me home and away wherever we’re playing.
"The fans have been brilliant, especially since the manager came in and at away games they're turning up in big numbers.
"Kilmarnock gave me a platform and I’m very grateful to them and hopefully I’ve repaid them."
Kilmarnock team to face Aberdeen: MacDonald; O'Donnell, Broadfoot, Findlay, Taylor; Power, Dicker, Tshibola, Burke, Jones, K.Boyd
Subs: Bachmann, S.Boyd, Millen, Byrne, McKenzie, Kiltie, Ndjoli