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Daryl Murphy

Player Ratings for Daryl Murphy

6 AugBarnsley H4 - 24
  • Currently out of 10
9 AugStevenage CCH0 - 13 N/A
13 AugBrentford A2 - 04
  • Currently out of 10
16 AugWolverhampton Wanderers A0 - 04
  • Currently out of 10
21 AugNorwich City H1 - 19
  • Currently out of 10
27 AugPreston North End H1 - 02 N/A

9 SepReading A2 - 122 N/A
13 SepDerby County A0 - 10 N/A
17 SepAston Villa H0 - 01 N/A
24 SepLeeds United A1 - 02 N/A
27 SepBrighton and Hove Albion H0 - 02 N/A

1 OctHuddersfield Town H0 - 17 N/A
15 OctBlackburn Rovers A0 - 02 N/A
18 OctBurton Albion H2 - 04 N/A
22 OctNewcastle United A3 - 04 N/A
29 OctRotherham United H2 - 28 N/A

5 NovSheffield Wednesday A1 - 21 N/A
19 NovNottingham Forest H0 - 215 N/A
26 NovQueens Park Rangers H3 - 06 N/A

3 DecBristol City A2 - 01 N/A
10 DecCardiff City H1 - 18 N/A
13 DecBirmingham City A2 - 12 N/A
17 DecWigan Athletic A2 - 33 N/A
26 DecFulham H0 - 27 N/A
30 DecBristol City H2 - 14 N/A

2 JanQueens Park Rangers A2 - 16 N/A
7 JanLincoln City FACH2 - 212 N/A
14 JanBlackburn Rovers H3 - 29 N/A
17 JanLincoln City FACA1 - 043 N/A
21 JanHuddersfield Town A2 - 04 N/A
28 JanPreston North End A1 - 12 N/A
31 JanDerby County H0 - 32 N/A

4 FebReading H2 - 23 N/A
11 FebAston Villa A0 - 16 N/A
14 FebBrighton and Hove Albion A1 - 16 N/A
18 FebLeeds United H1 - 19 N/A
26 FebNorwich City A1 - 19 N/A

4 MarBrentford H1 - 19 N/A
7 MarWolverhampton Wanderers H0 - 04 N/A
11 MarBarnsley A1 - 14 N/A
18 MarCardiff City A3 - 12 N/A

1 AprBirmingham City H1 - 15 N/A
4 AprWigan Athletic H3 - 01 N/A
8 AprFulham A3 - 11 N/A
14 AprBurton Albion A1 - 26 N/A
17 AprNewcastle United H3 - 15 N/A
22 AprRotherham United A1 - 02 N/A
29 AprSheffield Wednesday H0 - 14 N/A

7 MayNottingham Forest A3 - 07 N/A

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News Stories for Daryl Murphy

Murphy: Tough to Leave Town But Newcastle Move One I Couldn't Turn Down Mon 22nd May 2017
Former Town striker Daryl Murphy says it was “tough to leave” Portman Road last August but says the move to Newcastle United was one he just couldn’t turn down. The 34-year-old went on to help the Magpies to the Championship title and promotion back to the Premier League at the first attempt.
Blues Reportedly Renew Interest in Woodrow and Watkins Mon 15th May 2017
Town are reported to be battling Burton Albion for the signature of Fulham striker Cauley Woodrow - who was linked with a loan move in January - and are said to be one of a number of clubs chasing long-term target Marley Watkins, who is a free agent having left Barnsley at the end of the season.
McGoldrick in Ireland Squad Mon 15th May 2017
Town striker David McGoldrick has been named in the Republic of Ireland squad for their June internationals.
McCarthy Ready for Summer Holiday After Tough Year Fri 05th May 2017
Town boss Mick McCarthy admits he’s ready for his summer holiday after what he admits has been a tough season. The Blues are set to finish somewhere between 15th and 18th depending on Sunday’s results with the Blues ending their campaign at relegation-haunted Nottingham Forest.
Town Visit Rotherham With a Spring in Their Step Thu 20th Apr 2017
Blues boss Mick McCarthy says his players have a spring in their step as they visit bottom club Rotherham having beaten promotion-pushing Newcastle United on Monday as they recorded back-to-back victories for the first time this season.
Ward Determined to Keep Winning Run Going Against Former Loan Club Thu 20th Apr 2017
Grant Ward has underlined Town’s aim to extend their winning run to three games at the expense of Rotherham at the New York Stadium on Saturday.
Murphy: Lack of Celebration Was About Showing Respect Tue 18th Apr 2017
Former Blues striker Daryl Murphy says his lack of goal celebration after scoring Newcastle’s equaliser during his current side’s 3-1 defeat to Town yesterday was about showing respect to his old club.
McCarthy: Fitting Tribute to Sir Bobby Mon 17th Apr 2017
Town boss Mick McCarthy felt the Blues’ 3-1 victory over Newcastle United on Sir Bobby Robson Day was a fitting tribute to the clubs’ legendary manager. Goals from Freddie Sears, David McGoldrick and Emyr Huws saw Town to the win, with ex-Blues striker Daryl Murphy netting for the Magpies.
Ipswich Town 3-1 Newcastle United - Match Report Mon 17th Apr 2017
Goals from Freddie Sears, David McGoldrick and Emyr Huws saw the Blues to a famous 3-1 home victory over promotion-chasing Newcastle United. Sears put Town in front in the 42nd minute, former Blues striker Daryl Murphy netted an equaliser for the visitors in the 62nd minute, but McGoldrick made it 2-1 seven minutes later and Huws sealed the three points - and Town's first back-to-back wins of the season - in injury time.
Ipswich Town 1-0 Newcastle United - Half-Time Mon 17th Apr 2017
Freddie Sears’s fourth goal in four games has given the Blues a deserved 1-0 half-time lead over Newcastle United at Portman Road.
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