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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
Ipswich Town badge Ipswich Town
        (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 Town62(24)

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

Daryl Murphy : Ipswich Town News
“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.”
 Norwich Advertiser  3 days ago
“Daryl Murphy's second-half header earned Ipswich a 2-2 draw lead with just nine minutes gone as Marc Pugh went one-on-one with Bialkowski in the Ipswich goal.”
 Orange  5 days ago
“Daryl Murphy's powerful header secured a point for Ipswich Town as they twice came from behind to draw 2-2 at Bournemouth in the Championship. Murphy headed in Paul Anderson's free-kick late in the second half in a game full of chances at both ends.”
 Sports Mole  5 days ago
“Two top-10 Championship sides meet in matchday 19's Saturday lunchtime encounter at The Valley as Charlton Athletic welcome Ipswich Town Cherries to a 2-2 draw thanks to another goal from Daryl Murphy.”
 Sports Mole  Today
“Surprisingly though, the former Republic of Ireland international has ended up joining a club higher in the Championship than Leeds, with Ipswich Town taking him on loan for the likes of Connor Sammon, Daryl Murphy and David McGoldrick, and could”
 Here Is The City  Today
“Five-goal frontman McGoldrick joins Town’s 10-goal top scorer Daryl Murphy in Martin O’Neill’s squad, for the European Championship qualifier against the Tartan Army, for whom Blues’ defender Christophe Berra represents.”
 coastalscene24.co.uk  17 days ago
“Ipswich v Wolves: Daryl Murphy scored twice, continuing his incredible goalscoring run, as Ipswich Town delighted the Portman Road crowd with a superb 2-1 home win over Wolves. To send a link to this page to a friend, you must be logged in.”
 East Anglian Daily Times 24  23 days ago
“After eighteen games Town are just one point off the automatic promotion places We have two of the best strikers in the division and if Irish internationals Daryl Murphy and David McGoldrick can stay clear of injury then anything is possible.”
 Vital  2 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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    Bartosz Bialkowski Dean Gerken
    Jonathan Parr Tyrone Mings
    Christophe Berra Omar Sowunmi
    Tommy Smith Luke Chambers
    Paul Anderson Alex Henshall
    Jonathan Williams Cameron Stewart
    Anthony Wordsworth Darren Ambrose
    Stephen Hunt Teddy Bishop
    Jay Tabb Luke Hyam
    Kevin Bru Jack Collison
    Cole Skuse
    Balint Bajner Paul Taylor
    Conor Sammon Daryl Murphy
    David McGoldrick
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