Ian Taylor ' Aston Villa F.C. ' and Jason Euell ' Wimbledon F.C. ' Football Signed Photograph Autographs £15.00
This is an In Person Signed Colour 10" x 8" Photo of the Player in Aston Villa kit - and also signed by Jason Euell of Wimbledon.
Ian Kenneth Taylor (born 4 June 1968) is an English former footballer, best known for his time at Aston Villa. A midfielder, he had a fifteen-year career in the Football Leagueand Premier League, making 478 league appearances.
He made the move from non-league Moor Green to Port Vale in 1992. With Vale he lifted the Football League Trophy in 1993. His impressive performances earned him a place on the Second Division PFA Team of the Year in 1992–93 & 1993–94, as well as the club's Player of the Year award in 1993. He made a million pound move to Sheffield Wednesday in June 1994, and he was sold on for another million to Aston Villa later in the year. He lifted the League Cup and reached the FA Cup final with the club he had supported as a boy. In 2003, he signed with Derby County, helping the club to the Championship play-offs before signing with Northampton Town in June 2005. He helped the club to win promotion out of League Two in 2005–06, before he announced his retirement in April 2007.
Jason Joseph Euell (born 6 February 1977) is a former footballer and now the Under 21s coach at Charlton Athletic FC. He played as either a forward or a midfielder. He has also been capped three times by Jamaica.
He spent much of his career playing in the Premier League, with all but one season between 1995 and 2007 in the top flight — firstly with Wimbledon, where he spent six years, including one season in the First Division, then Charlton Athletic for five years, before a season with Middlesbrough.
He then dropped to the second tier of football in England, initially with Southampton, where he spent two years, before his move to Blackpool in 2009, where he was part of the team which won promotion to the Premier League. In 2011, he rejoined Charlton Athletic – by now in League One – for a second spell and helped them win promotion to the Championship. Later that season he was loaned to AFC Wimbledon, the successor to his first club.