Football: Taylor Made for Fanfare! THE FRIDAY FILE Newcastle V Aston Villa St James' Park Saturday, August 18, 2007. Kick-Off: 5.15pm

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Football: Taylor Made for Fanfare! THE FRIDAY FILE Newcastle V Aston Villa St James' Park Saturday, August 18, 2007. Kick-Off: 5.15pm


STEVEN TAYLOR is hoping the Toon Army will be Newcastle's 12th man in their opening home clash with Aston Villa tomorrow.

This week the Chronicle has been backing the Toon Ultras' campaign to Bring Back the Noise - and Taylor gave their bid to regenerate the atmosphere a big thumbs-up when he underlined the importance of the Geordie nation.

United, of course, will be aiming to keep up their 100% record and perhaps emulate the days from the Kevin Keegan era, when Newcastle made a habit of starting the season like a house on fire.

Back then Taylor was a ball boy at St James' Park as one of the club's associated schoolboys.

These days, he is one of Sam Allardyce's main men and will be looking to help his manager continue his great start as boss.

He said: "Our fans at Bolton were fantastic and hopefully it can continue against Villa tomorrow night.

"I threw my shirt into the crowd at the end because they were so good at Bolton and really helped us.

"It was a token of appreciation because they got behind us so well."

Taylor looked rock solid alongside David Rozenhal at the Reebok, but he knows he cannot rest too easy in the Magpies' starting XI with Cacapa now knocking on the door of Big Sam's office after coming through a reserve game in midweek and looking to continue his glittering career on Tyneside after winning medals galore as skipper of Lyon.

Taylor admitted it was the same situation for each and every player who performed so well at Bolton.

He said: "We go into the Villa match on a high, but we are not getting carried away with ourselves.

"Over the last few years we have been slow starters, but this is the first time for a while we have started well. …

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