Taylor, who has over 25 years worldwide experience as Head of Performance/Strength & Conditioning, has parted company with League 1 outfit, Peterborough United FC.
Taylor started out his professional football career as a trainee at Maidstone Unt FC, but soon took the physiotherapist / coaching route as has worked for a variety of Professional clubs during his time. He started his physiotherapy career at Scarborough in the old Division Three, (League 2) becoming the youngest ever Physiotherapist in the English Professional Football League, before going on to Head the Medical Departments at Barnet, Luton Town, the ‘Crazy Gang’ at Wimbledon, Boston United. Taylor also had the opportunity to secure a position at Liverpool FC Academy where most of his work was across Europe and Scandinavia. He also took full control of medical affairs for Antigua Football Federation, this also lead to looking after national sport for Volleyball, Athletics and Cricket.
Notts County FC (League 1) manager Paul Ince soon took Taylor in as his Head of Performance until May 2011 when Ricki Herbert (World Cup “All Whites”) Head Coach gave Taylor
the call to head up the High Performance Department at Wellington Phoenix FC in the ‘Hyundai A League’. Taylor returned back to the UK in July 2012 and took up a short contract with the Egypt Paralympic Track & Field Team at London 2012.
Taylor then opened Physiofix Sports Injury & Wellbeing Clinic, until he had a call from Notts County FC to rejoin the club and help steer them to safety in League 1. Taylor since has relished an exciting 2 seasons in the New ‘Hero Indian Super League with NorthEast United & FC Pune City.
Subsequently, Taylor left Mansfield Town in 2018 to Head up the Sports Science dept at Peterborough Utd in Sky Bet League 1.
Lee Taylor can be contacted via the FMPA Register HERE.