1. Graham Taylor supported the Royal British Legion and cycled from London to Paris in 2010 to raise funds for the RBL's Poppy appeal.
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3. Graham Taylor was a Celebrity Ambassador for the Sense Enterprise Board in Birmingham, and worked to raise both funds and awareness, including running the London Marathon in 2004.
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7. Graham Taylor spent heavily on players while at Wolves, paying large sums for the likes of Steve Froggatt, Tony Daley, Mark Atkins, John de Wolf, Dean Richards and Don Goodman.
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9. Graham Taylor suffered several injuries, notably to Gary Stevens, Lee Dixon, John Barnes and Paul Gascoigne, leaving the squad in makeshift mode going into the finals.
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10. Graham Taylor faced accusations he could not cope with 'stars', after he dropped Paul Gascoigne for Gordon Cowans for a qualifying game against Ireland.
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13. Graham Taylor led Watford from the Football League Fourth Division to the First Division in only five years.
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15. Graham Taylor led Lincoln to the Fourth Division title in 1976; his team's 32 wins, 4 defeats and 74 points were all league records.
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19. Graham Taylor played 189 games at fullback for Grimsby Town, scoring twice.
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21. Graham Taylor served as Watford's chairman from 2009 until 2012 where he continued to hold the position of honorary life-president.
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22. Graham Taylor took Watford from the Fourth Division to the First in five years.
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