PFA chief Gordon Taylor racks up £100,000 gambling debt?

PFA chief executive Gordon Taylor reportedly racks up £100,000 worth of gambling debt.

Professional Footballers' Association chief executive Gordon Taylor reportedly has £100,000 worth of gambling debts to his name.

The 68-year-old, who is believed to have a tough stance on gambling with regards to footballers in the union, is said to have placed £4m on 2,000 bets ranging from England and Premier League matches to horse racing.

It is understood by The Sun that Taylor has been unable to settle a bill worth £104,000 with betting firm Best Bet, who are said to have ceased trading as a result.

The reports have claimed that among Taylor's losses was a £15,000 hit following England's 2-2 draw with Switzerland in 2011.

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