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Daryl Murphy Ipswich Town

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
Daryl Murphy : Ipswich Town News
“Hyam gave Town the lead on 20 minutes with a neat side-foot finish Sammon played in attack with Daryl Murphy and David McGoldrick, returning to the DW Stadium where he scored just once in 34 league and cup games.”
 coastalscene24.co.uk  Yesterday
“Red hot striker Daryl Murphy sealed Ipswich Town’s second straight 2-0 win with a thunderbolt of a goal last night - which you can watch here! To send a link to this page to a friend, you must be logged in.”
 East Anglian Daily Times 24  6 days ago
“Ipswich Town laboured to a 2-0 Championship victory over Brighton and Hove last night, Tuesday, with goals arriving via Johnathan Parr and Daryl Murphy deep in the second half.”
 Here Is The City  6 days ago
“Murphy’s goal was his third of the season and his 33rd in 145 games for Blues – the striker having amassed just 17 goals from 141 previous games playing for Celtic, Sheffield Wednesday (loan) and Sunderland.”
 Norwich Advertiser  8 days ago
“Daryl Murphy, Jon Walters, Kevin Doyle, Anthony Stokes, Simon Cox, Conor Sammon. Get two free £10 bets on Ipswich Town v Rotherham United (or other matches) by opening a new account at William Hill.”
 TWTD  Today
“DAVID McGoldrick and Daryl Murphy time. Murphy bundled home a corner after the restart to make the game safe and the Lions were unable to reply in a very one-sided second half. Millwall had lost their previous two matches at Ipswich by a 3-0 scoreline.”
 News at Den  10 days ago
“Scott Carson needed to make a superb save diving to his right to deny Daryl Murphy, before Sammon headed Tyrone Mings' cross past the post. Ipswich did take the lead touchline for a clear yellow card.”
 Football365  Today
“Conor Sammon scored the winning goal on his return to Wigan Athletic as Ipswich Town recorded a first-ever victory at Scott Carson needed to make a superb save diving to his right to deny Daryl Murphy, before Sammon headed Tyrone Mings’ cross past”
 kicksocca.com  Today
Daryl Murphy Career Honours

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Bartosz Bialkowski Dean Gerken
Elliott Hewitt Tyrone Mings
Luke Chambers Tommy Smith
Christophe Berra Jonathan Parr
Paul Anderson Alex Henshall
Cameron Stewart Anthony Wordsworth
Stephen Hunt Darren Ambrose
Jay Tabb Kevin Bru
Luke Hyam Cole Skuse
Jack Marriott Balint Bajner
Paul Taylor Daryl Murphy
Conor Sammon David McGoldrick