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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)

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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 Town64(26)

2005Republic of Ireland U21s(2)
2007–Republic of Ireland13(0)

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“Daryl Murphy scored twice, his excellent header levelling things the win keeping them hot on the heels of league-leaders Derby County.”
 Norwich Advertiser  11 days ago
“Ipswich Town are in red-hot form right now after beating Leeds United It was nice not to be biting my nails at the end for a change." Ipswich's Daryl Murphy was a particular subject of praise among fans on Twitter after the game, meanwhile.”
 Here Is The City  11 days ago
“Just a point apart at the top of the Championship, Ipswich and Boro's Championship clash on Saturday all over the pitch - none more so than the league's top scorer Daryl Murphy pitting his wits against the Championship's least-charitable defence.”
 GazetteLive  Yesterday
“Bournemouth v Ipswich: Ipswich Town twice came from behind to secure a hard-fought draw against fellow high-fliers AFC Bournemouth, Teddy Bishop and Daryl Murphy scoring second-half goals as Mick McCarthy’s men moved up to fourth in the Championship table.”
 East Anglian Daily Times 24  24 days ago
“Despite the problems mounting up for Neil Lennon, it is to the immense credit of the Northern Irishman and his side their unbeaten run of six games remains intact after a tussle with high-flying Ipswich Town It was 13-goal Daryl Murphy who had the”
 The Bolton News  3 days ago
“However, keeper Andy Lonergan kept them at bay, twice denying Jay Tabb as well as Daryl Murphy and David McGoldrick.”
 TEAMtalk  5 days ago
“Daryl Murphy went closest for the Blues Referee: Gary Sutton (Lincolnshire). Get two free £10 bets on Ipswich Town v Middlesbrough (or other matches) by opening a new account at William Hill.”
 TWTD  5 days ago
“Two sides with decent unbeaten records met at the Macron Stadium on Saturday afternoon in the Championship as Bolton Wanderers welcomed Ipswich Town. Ipswich would have the top marksman in the league in Daryl Murphy.”
 Sports Mole  5 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

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