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Martell Taylor-Crossdale

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A product of the academy system at Chelsea, where he spent the vast majority of his youth career and played with the likes of Callum Hudson-Odoi, the forward was a prolific goal scorer for the Blues in the developmental stage of his career.

In 2019, he was due to join German outfit Hofffenheim, having flown out to complete a medical, but instead decided to make the move across London to join Fulham, where he would spend two years. His time with the Craven Cottage side included a short loan spell with Colchester United, before he linked up with Weymouth in the National League.

The forward, who stands at 6ft 1in, represented England throughout the age groups, featuring for every team from the under-16s to the under-20s, where he proved to be a goal threat on the international stage too.

While part of the under-18s squad, he played alongside the likes of Mason Mount, Reiss Nelson, Japhet Tanganga, Andre Dozzell, Elliot Embleton and Jonathan Leko.

Since then, his career has taken him to Gloucester City and Hendon, before he joined the Met Police in December 2022. His time at Imber Court was a positive one, as he averaged just under a goal every other game.

Player News

Taylor-Crossdale: It’s all about kicking on now

The striker shares his thoughts after our 2-1 victory over Colwyn Bay on JD Cymru Premier MD5...

Interviews4 weeks ago
Bluebirds come from behind to beat Seagulls for first victory of the season

Our take on the 2-1 win over Colwyn Bay on JD Cymru Premier MD5...

Match Reports4 weeks ago
In pictures | Tyrese Owen and Martell Taylor-Crossdale arrive at the Meadow

Our two new signings check out their new home for the first time!

Transfer News4 months ago
Watch our first interview with Martell Taylor-Crossdale!

We sat down with our new striker for the first time since he joined the Bluebirds!

Interviews4 months ago

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