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JACOB CHAMBLISS - Friday, October 18, 2013
Tony Taylor and AC Omonia Nicosia face AEK Larnaca on Sunday in an attempt to recapture their championship-caliber results of recent years.

Omonia, who play in the Cyprus Capitol Nicosia, have endured a shaky start to the season. Omonia are in seventh place in the table with 7 points, their most recent result a 1-0 win against Alki Larnaca on October 6.

Taylor was a late sub in Omonia's win, and has struggled for playing time since moving to the club in the summer. His only start in league play came against AEL Limasol on September 29, in which he was subbed out in the second half of what ended a 0-0 tie. Taylor registered two assists in his first two games in the league as a sub, but has not contributed to the score sheet since then.
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