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Ryan Yates reacts as Nottingham Forest let 19-year-old leave on loan

Nottingham Forest have allowed Dale Taylor to join Wycombe Wanderers on a season-long loan. Following the announcement, Ryan Yates has reacted on Instagram and he’s seemingly delighted.

The Reds have a bit of a star on their hands with Taylor. He is a quality young talent and last season he spent some time on loan in League One playing for Burton Albion.

Taylor typically plays as a striker, although he can also operate on the flanks. During his time at Burton, he also spent some time playing through the middle as a number 10.

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The player will now link up with Matt Bloomfield’s team. They will have aspirations of making it back into the Championship and Taylor will play an important role.

Taylor moved to Forest from Linfield. With the Northern Irish outfit, he scored for the senior team at the age of just 15 before making the switch to the City Ground.

At 19-years-old, the player will feel he’s ready for the men’s game. He didn’t look out of place last season at Burton and the player looks set for a big future.

As for Yates, he will likely remain a huge player for Forest. He returned from injury towards the end of the 2022/23 campaign and proved an integral player.


Manchester, UK. 11th May, 2022. Dale Taylor #10 of Nottingham Forest  charges forward in Manchester, United

Yates reacts as Forest gem Taylor joins Wycombe

This looks like a brilliant move for Taylor to make. He’s going to play regularly for the League One outfit and he’ll hope to score plenty of goals.

Yates posted a love emoji on Taylor’s post that he made on Instagram and he’s seemingly delighted for the young talent.


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Taylor knows now that he has a massive opportunity. He will be keen to hit the ground running at Wycombe and the hope will be that he returns a better player.

The youngster has been raved about by people behind the scenes at Forest. Also, his international teammate Conor Washington called him ‘quality’ after training with him for Northern Ireland

Taylor will hope to score bags of goals at Adams Park. If he does, he might just be capable of breaking into the first team when he returns.

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