Taylor: Fresh start for Gills

Gillingham interim manager Peter Taylor says his second spell at the club is a fresh start for the players to prove themselves.

Last Updated: 16/10/13 at 15:56

Peter Taylor: New beginnings

Peter Taylor: New beginnings

World Cup Promotions

Daily World Cup Promotions, sign up for a free £50 matched bet

Taylor was appointed Gills boss on a temporary basis on Tuesday following the club's decision to sack Martin Allen after 16 months in charge.

"I've told all the players that it's a fresh start for everybody," Taylor told the club's official website.

"There will be players that didn't play under Martin who will have a point to prove, it's up to them to prove to a new coach that they should be in the team.

"The ones that are, it's up to them to make sure they don't take their foot off and stay in the team - everybody has a challenge really."

The former England Under-21 manager has not ruled out the possibility of taking the job on a permanent basis.

Football365 Facebook Fan Page

The Football365 fan page is a great place to meet like minded people, have football related discussions and make new friends.

Related News

Most Commented

Readers' Comments

W

ill any Brazilian parent ever name their child Fred again? I could see it earning similar status as the first name Adolph in Germany (or anywhere, come to think of it).

bleublancrouge
Nothing Will Ever Be The Same For Brazil. Ever.

C

redit to Vlaar for stepping up. Better to be the man who missed than be the coward who wouldn't step up for his country

avspitfire
Dutch stars refused penalty

W

ho were the two who refused? Oh come on Football365 tell us - just pretend you're The Daily Mail or The Star and make it up if any any doubt.....

thesideparting
Dutch stars refused penalty

Footer 365

World Cup: Louis van Gaal says two Netherlands players refused to take first penalty against Argentina

Netherlands boss Louis van Gaal claims none of his players wanted to take the first penalty against Argentina.

World Cup: Argentina coach Alejandro Sabella thinks Germany are favourites for Sunday's final

​Argentina coach Alejandro Sabella thinks a well-rested Germany will have the advantage in Sunday's World Cup final.

World Cup: Penalty joy for Argentina as they beat Netherlands to reach final

Argentina overcame Netherlands on penalties after a 0-0 draw to set up a meeting with Germany in the World Cup final.

Mail Box

Do England Need Scholes, Lineker Etc?

They've all got ideas about where things are going wrong, so why don't they step up and help? Plus, we have lots of fall-out from the dullness of Holland v Argentina...

Mails: Are Footballers Just Big Kids?

That's what the mailbox thinks, with Brazil's players showing a lack of responsibility in their 7-1 thrashing by Germany. Plus, more on Ozil and the importance of passion...

© 2014 British Sky Broadcasting Ltd. All Rights Reserved A Sky Sports Digital Media property