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Profile of the Irish footballer Daryl Murphy, who currently plays as a forward at Ipswich Town. The 31-year old player Murphy joined Ipswich from Celtic and wears the number 9 shirt.

Daryl Murphy
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        (Squad number 9)

Republic of Ireland Republic of Ireland

Daryl Murphy Career
2000–2002Luton Town0(0)
2002Harrow Borough (loan)3(0)
2002–2005Waterford United
2005Sheffield Wednesday (loan)4(0)
2010Ipswich Town (loan)18(6)
2011–2012Ipswich Town (loan)33(4)
2012–2013Ipswich Town (loan)39(7)
2013–Ipswich Town75(35)

2005Republic of Ireland U21s(2)
2007–Republic of Ireland14(0)

Daryl Murphy : Ipswich Town News
“With Jonny Williams securing a loan move to Ipswich for the remainder of the season We have done the double over Watford, Fulham, Millwall and Charlton, and only a Daryl Murphy miss stopped us doing the same over Brentford.”
 Five Year Plan  2 days ago
“Town striker Daryl Murphy is hoping to convince Republic of Ireland manager just look to the game on Sunday and see what we can do.”
 TWTD  5 days ago
“Richard Chaplow’s dramatic winner, deep into stoppage-time, earned Ipswich Town a 1-0 win at Watford and moved them following a fine run and pass by Daryl Murphy, but – just like at Leeds – the Blackburn loanee was denied an early goal by the”
 East Anglian Daily Times 24  7 days ago
“Ipswich Town returned to winning ways in midweek with a vital One cause for optimism is the form of striker Daryl Murphy, the division’s leading goalscorer this season.”
 Watford Observer  7 days ago
“Ipswich beat Watford 1-0 in a scrappy affair at Portman With 23 goals so far this season, Town's Irish talisman Daryl Murphy is surely the man to watch, with his ability to pop up and score at any time something all opposition defenders have become”
 Wartford Vital football  7 days ago
“Bolton manager Neil Lennon blasted the "weak mentality" of some of his senior players as Ipswich claimed a 1-0 win over his three crucial points after Bolton could only half-clear a Daryl Murphy cross.”
 Sky Sports  10 days ago
“Midfielder Jay Tabb earned Ipswich their first win in five matches after a dour The home side continued to push for that elusive goal with top scorer Daryl Murphy firing wide from distance while Davies had his shouts for a penalty for the visitors”
 Football365  11 days ago
“Jay Tabb scored a priceless 79th minute winner as Ipswich Town got their play-off dreams back on The home side continued to push for that elusive goal with top scorer Daryl Murphy firing wide from distance while Davies had his shouts for a penalty”
 ESPN  11 days ago
Daryl Murphy Career Honours
  • Waterford United: League of Ireland First Division (1): 2002–03
  • Sunderland: Football League Championship (1): 2006–07
  • Celtic: Scottish Cup (1): 2010–11
  • PFAI Young Player of the Year (1): 2004

    Source: wikipedia.org

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