(NSFW Video) The horror tackle from Neil Taylor on Everton’s Seamus Coleman during Ireland v Wales

You know it’s bad when they don’t show a replay.

Seamus Coleman left on a stretcher after a truly disgusting challenge from Aston Villa’s Neil Taylor as Wales took on the Republic of Ireland in the World Cup qualifiers at the Aviva Stadium in Dublin.

Taylor was duly sent off with a straight red card for the challenge as the scoreline read 0-0.

The broadcaster refrained from showing replays of the incident which tells it’s own story.

Absolutely brutal and definitely not for the squeamish, check out the video below!

35 thoughts on “(NSFW Video) The horror tackle from Neil Taylor on Everton’s Seamus Coleman during Ireland v Wales”

  1. I wish everyone in R.O.I would stop crying about Coleman….

    Taylor isn’t that sort of player and things happen.

    Maybe he should take up Darts or Pigeon Fancying if he doesn’t like it, maybe even knitting.

      1. If you had the slightest idea what you were talking about, you would know the very last thing Taylor would be up for is deliberately injuring an opponent. Unlike your own Whelan, or that shithouse Keane.

    1. And what team do you happen to support. Obviously your a Hun or an anti Irish prick.. Doesn’t matter who he plays for it was a disgusting horrific tackle!!

      1. I realise I might be asking a question that an IQ zero like you may be unable to answer, but who the actual fuck are you replying to here please??

  2. Soon they will be wanting a public enquiry, lead by a top judge costing millions, funded by the British Government as it was a Welsh Player that done it.

    1. John, you sir are a ridiculous human being. Watch that challenge – not a tackle – again and tell me Taylor couldn’t have gone in lower, or even for the ball! He intentionally went high on colemans shin and you know what happens when players do that? Legs are broken.

      1. If you seriously think Taylor deliberately broke Coleman’s leg then you are an even bigger knobhead than I gave you credit for.

  3. Thats not a tackle thats assault. It should be dealt with by lawyers, Colemans career finished by a mixed race prick.

  4. As was said earlier, Taylor’s not that sort of player. It was a 50/50 challenge and one player got hurt, as happens from time to time. I hope Coleman recovers, and I look forward to a similar witch hunt around the elbow thrown by Whelan into the face of Joe Allen at the end of the first half which was, by complete contrast, a premeditated assault entirely worthy of a straight red.

    What a shame the ref was another spineless homer; Irish players diving all over the shop unpunished, and a booking handed to Bale for what? Trying to make a name for himself? Who knows – either way the officiating was hopeless.

    One final note – it will be interesting to see if that shithead Keane condemns Neil Taylor, as that violent, hypocritical prick spent his entire career handing out far worse than that.

      1. Blimey, another advert for the Irish education system. That whole inbreeding thing really hasn’t worked out for you, has it?

    1. You can keep your big love letter pal. Keane world class, Taylor a nobody
      And if that bale thinks he is he needs to have a hard look at himself

      1. Keane cared so much about his country that the shit-thick, pig-ignorant wanker couldn’t even be bothered to turn up for a World Cup – all because he didn’t like nasty old Mick Mc Carthy. And you losers gave him a job! Says it all.

        If you want to see a bad tackle, Google Keanr and Alfie Haaland. Seems like most of you pond life are too young to remember anything your hero did.

  5. People will take sides depending on their allegiances but we all know what happened.
    Neil Taylor made a really bad high tackle and deserved to be sent off. He didn’t intend to break Coleman’s leg but that is what ‘can’ happen when you make such undisciplined tackles.
    You see several tackles like that in every game but few make contact and a minuscule number end up breaking a leg.
    It’s the outcome that is drawing condemnation rather than the tackle. Bale’s tackle was worse but he didn’t cause damage. Whelan’s tackle had the most deliberate intent to cause damage but didn’t cause serious damage so is hardly discussed.

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