Coleman had to be stretched off during Republic of Ireland's 0-0 draw with Wales in their World Cup qualifier this evening.
Taylor received a red card for the tackle and Wales boss Chris Coleman apologised on behalf of the Aston Villa defender for the challenge.
Chris Coleman said: "First and foremost, the most important thing is Seamus Coleman. We are told that it is not so good which we are sorry for.
"Neil Taylor is not really that type of player but it's a tough one for Seamus. Our thoughts are with him. I have not seen it again.
Seamus Coleman suffered a broken leg as a result of the tackle
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"Neil is in the dressing room, he's despondent. If he's got it wrong, he's had a serious injury himself. I have my fingers crossed for Seamus Coleman, he is the most important thing tonight."
Republic of Ireland boss Martin O'Neill has since confirmed Coleman suffered a broken leg as a result of the tackle.
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“It's a bad break. He's a fantastic player and character. It’s a major blow for the lad, his club and us," he said.
Neil Taylor received a red card for the tackle
"Apparently it wasn’t the best challenge in the world – I haven’t seen it. He's gone to hospital.
"I saw his reaction immediately and it didn’t look good. He was holding is leg up and it didn't look good.
"We had a few things to overcome this week. We have a really great spirit.
"Seamus is a major blow – at the end of it all the most important thing is Seamus' health."