|Date of Birth||
18 September 1917
|Place of Birth||
|Date of Death||
1 December 2012
1936-54 (player) 1954-56 (coach) 1956-59 (manager)
Philip Henry Taylor (18 September 1917 - 1 December 2012) was English professional footballer and manager. He played for Liverpool from 1936 to 1954 and managed the club from 1956 to 1959. He played as a wing half, making a total of 343 appearances and scoring 32 goals.
Taylor joined Liverpool as a young inside-forward with a lot of potential but was reverted to wing-half by George Kay where he developed into a stylish, composed defender. Taylor was a member of Liverpool's 1946–47 Championship winning team making 35 league appearances scoring once.
Taylor was handed the captaincy during the 1949/50 season and led the side to the FA Cup final on 29 April 1950; he appeared 7 times in the cup run. Arsenal ruined the day for the Reds by beating them 2–0.