The ex-Portsmouth, Bolton and West Ham man, aged 34, was released by Burnley after playing 28 games last term and helping them to win the Championship. Taylor, who has made career appearances, turned down contracts from two Championship clubs to move closer to his family in Oxfordshire. The Cobblers are at home to Fleetwood on the opening day of League One. Find all the latest football transfers on our dedicated page.
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Portsmouth legend Taylor announces retirement
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Taylor was born in Oxford , Oxfordshire. In two seasons at Eynsham Park, he scored 80 goals. His first goals for the Nailsworth club came in a 4—1 win over Alfreton Town as Taylor netted a hat-trick. In his second season at the club he scored 11 times in league and cup competitions, earning himself a contract extension to summer
Portsmouth hero Matt Taylor talks the great escape season, Redknapp and 'bittersweet' departure
There's a modern football adage that you know you're going up in the world when your club's acquisitions are known by a single name. So, now Pompey boast four. That's Kanu, Lauren, Sol and 'Arry True, the latter pair - Sol Campbell and Harry Redknapp - may be pushing the point, but what can't be doubted is Pompey's transformed status in the Premiership hierarchy, as last season's relegation fighters now possess the personnel to become this season's European sighters. Though cynics might contend that Lauren's arrival is a case of "another day, another Arsenal cast-off", none, except perhaps Andrew Cole, at 35, have attained veteran status, and if there is a manager capable of rekindling the fires of ambition within a player it is Redknapp.
Former Portsmouth favourite Matt Taylor has backed Portsmouth to do well in the play-offs but is wary of how an empty Fratton Park may have an effect on the squad. Taylor said: "Ironically I'm from Oxford and my father in law is a season ticket holder at Oxford. I've actually been speaking to him quite a bit about the upcoming fixture and I think that Portsmouth at the level they're at at the moment in League One, they're very fortunate in my opinion to have a manager who has extreme experience and will set his team up correctly. I think Portsmouth have probably had, if you look at it, an up and down season but that's normal.