Daryl Murphy Ipswich Town
Profile of the Irish footballer Daryl Murphy, who currently plays as a forward at Ipswich Town. The 30-year old player Murphy joined Ipswich from Celtic and wears the number 9 shirt.
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Daryl Murphy : Ipswich Town News
“The Terriers – who had won their previous three matches – failed to clear a deep Aaron Cresswell free-kick at the end though, with Murphy nodding home from close-range.”
“Daryl Murphy scored late on as Ipswich came from behind to beat Huddersfield. James Vaughan missed a penalty but Huddersfield took the lead in the first half when Danny Ward finished from Adam Hammill's cross.”
“Ipswich boss Mick McCarthy paid tribute to Daryl Murphy after the Irish striker earned his side a 2-1 win over Huddersfield with an 89th-minute header.”
“TOWN lost out to Daryl Murphy's 89th-minute header at Portman Road Manchester United loan midfielder Ryan Tunnicliffe returned along with former Celtic forward Murphy for Ipswich, who have now won three on the spin.”
“Daryl Murphy headed home a dramatic winner to cap a perfect week for Ipswich and beat unlucky Huddersfield But just five minutes after the restart, Town were level as McGoldrick grabbed his eighth of a productive season.”
“Jay Tabb and Daryl Murphy will all be pushing for recalls as Town aim to record a third successive victory, while striker Paul Taylor (shoulder) will again be assessed.”
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“But Ipswich were level five minutes after the restart when David McGoldrick coolly struck his eighth of the season before Daryl Murphy's late winner. The impressive Adam Hammill saw a shot come back off the crossbar with the score at 1-0.”
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