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Mossley have signed forward Nathan Taylor from Evo-stik League rivals Clitheroe.

Nathan Taylor played for Rochdale as a junior before he was signed by Hamilton Academicals in 2006. He made his debut for Hamilton in January 2007 against Livingston in the Scottish Cup when still only 16 years old. However, he was released in July of that year.

Taylor then signed for Scottish Premier League club Gretna. He made his debut for the side against Aberdeen in March 2008, after many of the club's senior players resigned following the club entering administration.

Brief spells with Glasgow Celtic and then Rhyl followed before he signed for Clitheroe in 2009. He then joined FC Halifax Town ahead of the 2010/11 season. He scored four goals for the team in a pre-season match against Brighouse Town and continued his good form scoring twice in the FA Cup in September 2010 as Town beat Ashton United.

Taylor moved to Northwich Victoria in January 2011 and in February 2011 he moved clubs again this time joining Bradford Park Avenue before returning to Clitheroe at the beginning of this season.