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Daryl Murphy
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Murphy playing for Ipswich Town in 2016
Personal information
Full nameDaryl Murphy [1]
Date of birth (1983-03-15) 15 March 1983 (age 36) [2]
Place of birth Waterford, Ireland
Height 1.91 m (6 ft 3 in) [3]
Playing position Striker
Club information
Current team
Bolton Wanderers
Number 9
Youth career
0000–2000 Southend United
2000–2001 Luton Town
Senior career*
YearsTeamApps(Gls)
2001–2002 Luton Town 0 (0)
2002Harrow Borough (loan) 3 (0)
2002–2005 Waterford United 41 (14)
2005–2010 Sunderland 110 (14)
2005Sheffield Wednesday (loan) 4 (0)
2010Ipswich Town (loan) 18 (6)
2010–2013 Celtic 19 (3)
2011–2012Ipswich Town (loan) 33 (4)
2012–2013Ipswich Town (loan) 39 (7)
2013–2016 Ipswich Town 127 (50)
2016–2017 Newcastle United 15 (5)
2017–2019 Nottingham Forest 55 (11)
2019– Bolton Wanderers 2 (0)
National team
2004–2005 Republic of Ireland U21 9 (3)
2007–2017 Republic of Ireland 32 (3)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league onlyand correct as of 22:00, 7 October 2019 (UTC)
‡ National team caps and goals correct as of 22:58, 1 May 2019 (UTC)

Daryl Michael Murphy (born 15 March 1983) is an Irish professional footballer who plays as a striker for League One club Bolton Wanderers.

Association football Team field sport

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EFL League One division in English football league system

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Bolton Wanderers F.C. Football club in England

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Contents

Club career

Early career

Born in Waterford, County Waterford, Murphy played for local side Southend United before joining English club Luton Town on 14 November 2000. [2] He was released on 18 April 2002 before signing for hometown club Waterford United. [2] [4] He scored his first League of Ireland goal in a 3–1 away win over rivals Kilkenny City on 19 September. He scored eight league goals in that last "winter" season as the Blues won the League of Ireland First Division title.[ citation needed ] In the 2004 season, he notched 14 league goals in the Premier Division which earned him the PFAI Young Player of the Year award. [5] In May 2005 he signed a two-year contract at Sunderland. [6]

Waterford City in Munster, Ireland

Waterford is a city in Ireland. It is in County Waterford in the south east of Ireland and is part of the province of Munster. The city is situated at the head of Waterford Harbour. It is the oldest and the fifth most populous city in the Republic of Ireland. It is the tenth most populous settlement on the island of Ireland. Waterford City and County Council is the local government authority for the city. According to the 2016 Census, 53,504 people live in the city, with a wider metropolitan population of 82,963.

Luton Town F.C. English association football club

Luton Town Football Club is a professional association football club based in the town of Luton, Bedfordshire, England, that competes in the Championship, the second tier of the English football league system. Founded in 1885, it is nicknamed "the Hatters" and affiliated to the Bedfordshire County Football Association. The team plays its home matches at Kenilworth Road, where it has been based since 1905. The club's history includes major trophy wins, several financial crises, numerous promotions and relegations, and some spells of sustained success. It was perhaps most prominent between 1982 and 1992, when it was a member of English football's top division, at that time the First Division; the team won its only major honour, the Football League Cup, in 1988.

League of Ireland association football league

The League of Ireland, together with the Football Association of Ireland, is one of the two main governing bodies responsible for organising association football in the Republic of Ireland. The term was originally used to refer to a single division league. However today the League of Ireland features five divisions – the Premier Division, the First Division, an U19 Division, an U17 Division, an U15 Division and starting March 2019 an U13 Division. The League of Ireland has always worked closely with the FAI and in 2006 the two bodies formally merged. All the divisions are currently sponsored by Airtricity and as a result the league is also known as the SSE Airtricity League. In 2007, it became one of the first leagues in Europe to introduce a salary cap. The league's most successful club is Shamrock Rovers who have won 17 titles. Together with Dundalk, Bohemians and Shelbourne they are one of four clubs in the league to feature a golden star above their badge in recognition of winning ten titles. Bohemians are the only club in the league to have played every season in the top division.

Sunderland

Murphy had a one-month loan spell at Sheffield Wednesday during the 2005–06 season before he was recalled by Sunderland. [7] On 12 February 2006, he scored his first Premier League goal after coming off the bench at home to Tottenham Hotspur, equalising with minutes to go. [8]

Tottenham Hotspur F.C. Association football club

Tottenham Hotspur Football Club, commonly referred to as Tottenham or Spurs, is an English professional football club in Tottenham, London, that competes in the Premier League. Tottenham Hotspur Stadium has been the club's home ground since April 2019, replacing their former home of White Hart Lane, which had been demolished to make way for the new stadium on the same site. Their training ground is on Hotspur Way in Bulls Cross in the London Borough of Enfield. The club is owned by ENIC Group. Tottenham have played in a first (home) strip of white shirts and navy blue shorts since the 1898–99 season. The club's emblem is a cockerel standing upon a football, with a Latin motto Audere est Facere.

In the 2006–07 season, Murphy scored 10 goals in the Championship despite being used sparingly for the early weeks. [7] He netted one goal each on the opening day of the season against Coventry City and on 12 August against Plymouth Argyle though both matches were lost. Murphy scored his third goal of the season in the Black Cats' 2–1 away win over Queens Park Rangers on 28 November, [9] and then notched in successive games against Norwich City and Luton Town. [10] [11] On the final day of the season, he scored two goals against Luton Town while also setting up Anthony Stokes for his goal. [12]

Coventry City F.C. Association football club

Coventry City Football Club is a professional football club based in Coventry, West Midlands, England. The club competes in League One, the third tier of the English football league system, following promotion via the playoffs from League Two in the 2017–18 season, and temporarily plays its home games at St Andrew's Stadium in Birmingham.

Plymouth Argyle F.C. Association football club

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Queens Park Rangers F.C. association football club in Shepherds Bush, England

Queens Park Rangers Football Club, commonly abbreviated to QPR, is a professional association football club based in White City, London. The club currently competes in the Championship, the second tier of English football. They were founded in 1886 after the merger of Christchurch Rangers and St Judes Institute, although their official founding date is 1882 which is when Christchurch Rangers were first formed. In the early years after the club's formation in its original home of Queen's Park, London, they played their home games at many different grounds, until finally the club settled into its current location at Loftus Road.

He scored in a pre season friendly against Juventus in August 2007. [13] He scored his third goal of the 2007–08 season against Wigan Athletic on 9 February 2008 at The Stadium of Light. [14] The goal was later chosen by Match of the Day pundits as Goal of the Month for February. [6]

Wigan Athletic F.C. Association football club

Wigan Athletic Football Club is a professional football club in Wigan, Greater Manchester, England, which competes in the Championship, the second tier of the English football league system.

Stadium of Light all-seater football stadium in Sunderland, England and home to Sunderland A.F.C.

The Stadium of Light is an all-seater football stadium in Sunderland, England and the eighth and current home to Sunderland A.F.C. With space for 49,000 spectators, the Stadium of Light is the ninth largest stadium in England. The stadium primarily hosts Sunderland A.F.C. home matches. The stadium was named by chairman Bob Murray to reflect the coal mining heritage of the North East and the former Monkwearmouth Colliery site on which it stands. A Davy lamp monument stands at the entrance to reflect the coal mining industry that brought prosperity to the town.

<i>Match of the Day</i> television series

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On 26 April 2008, Murphy came on as a substitute and scored the winning goal in a 3–2 victory over local rivals Middlesbrough, securing Sunderland's status in the Premier League for the following season. [15]

Middlesbrough F.C. Association football club

Middlesbrough Football Club is a professional association football club based in Middlesbrough, North Yorkshire, England. They are currently competing in the EFL Championship, the second tier of English football. Formed in 1876, they have played at the Riverside Stadium since 1995, their third ground since turning professional in 1889. They played at the Linthorpe Road ground from 1882 to 1903 and at Ayresome Park for 92 years, from 1903 to 1995.

Ipswich Town

On 1 February 2010, Murphy signed for Ipswich Town on loan for the remainder of the 2009–10 season, once again joining up with Roy Keane, his former manager at Sunderland. [16] He marked his first appearance against Middlesbrough with a goal after 23 seconds. [17] He then scored the crucial second goal at Queen's Park Rangers on 9 February, [18] and another in his third appearance against Peterborough, making his record 3 in 3 for Ipswich. [19] Murphy continued his scoring form for Ipswich by scoring a double against Cardiff City on 9 March 2010, handing the Tractor Boys three points. [20]

Celtic

Murphy playing for Celtic in 2010 Daryl Murphy.jpg
Murphy playing for Celtic in 2010

On 16 July 2010, Celtic signed Murphy on a three-year contract for £1 million. [21] He made his debut the following week against Lincoln City and scored his first goal for the club in a 4–1 win. [22] He scored his second pre-season goal against Arsenal in the Emirates Cup on 1 August. [23] Murphy came off the bench to make his SPL debut in a 4–0 victory over St Mirren. [24] The following week, Murphy scored his first league goal for Celtic, the match-winner, in a 1–0 victory over Motherwell from the penalty spot. [25] He scored his second goal for the club again from the penalty spot away to Kilmarnock. [26] On 1 May 2011, Murphy scored his first goal at Celtic Park in a 4–1 victory against Dundee United. [27]

Return to Ipswich Town

On 30 August 2012, Murphy signed for Ipswich Town again, on a year-long loan.

On 7 June 2013, he agreed a two-year deal with the club, finally making his move permanent after several loan and trial spells. [28]

Murphy formed a strong partnership with fellow new signing David McGoldrick, the duo netted 29 goals between them during the season, Murphy scoring 13 of those. [29]

Murphy went into the 2014–15 season continuing his good form scoring on the opening day of the season in a 2–1 home win against Fulham. On 17 September 2014, Murphy netted a wonder goal against Brighton & Hove Albion; Tyrone Mings played a long ball to Murphy which he struck on the volley from the left edge of the 18-yard box. [30]

On 14 February 2015 at Craven Cottage, Murphy scored 2 goals bringing his tally to 21 in the league. [31] Thus, Murphy became the first Ipswich player since Darren Bent in the 2004–05 season to score 20 league goals in a season. He finished the 2014–15 season with 27 league goals, top scorer in the Championship. [32]

On 15 July 2015, it was announced that Murphy had signed a two-year contract extension with the club. [33]

After a comparatively slow start to the 2015–16 season in which he failed to score in his first 13 appearances of the league campaign, Murphy ended his drought by netting his first hat-trick in English football in a 5–2 victory at Rotherham on 7 November 2015. [34]

Newcastle United

On 28 August 2016, Murphy signed for Championship club Newcastle United on a two-year contract for an undisclosed fee. [35] A calf injury prevented Murphy from making his debut for the club until 1 January 2017. He scored his first goal for Newcastle in an FA Cup tie with Birmingham City on 7 January. [36] He then scored in the next two matches for Newcastle, in wins against Brentford and Rotherham United. [37] [38] In March, he also scored in matches against Huddersfield Town and Fulham. [39] [40] On 17 April, he scored an equalising goal in a 3–1 loss against his former club, Ipswich Town. [41]

In an interview with the Shields Gazette, Murphy said that although it was expected he would leave the club, he knew he was brought in to do a specific job, and praised Rafael Benítez for his man-management skills. [42]

Nottingham Forest

On 21 July 2017, Murphy joined Nottingham Forest on a three-year deal for an undisclosed fee. [43] He scored his first goal for Forest in a 4–3 win at Brentford on 12 August 2017. [44]

On 2 September 2019, Nottingham Forest and Murphy mutually agreed to terminate his contract, allowing him to become a free agent. [45]

Bolton Wanderers

On 2 September 2019, Murphy joined Bolton Wanderers on a contract until the end of the season, following his release from Nottingham Forest [46] and made his debut in the 1-0 defeat at Portsmouth on 28 September. [47]

International career

Murphy won his first call-up to the Republic of Ireland national team due to the absence of Robbie Keane through injury, but was an unused substitute. He made his debut against Ecuador at Giants Stadium on 24 May 2007. In his 23rd appearance on 5 September 2016 he scored his first Ireland goal in a 2–2 draw away to Serbia in 2018 World Cup Qualifiers. [48] [49] In January 2018, Murphy announced his retirement from international football. [50]

Career statistics

Club

As of match played 7 October 2019
Appearances and goals by club, season and competition
ClubSeasonLeagueNational CupLeague CupOtherTotal
DivisionAppsGoalsAppsGoalsAppsGoalsAppsGoalsAppsGoals
Luton Town 2000–01 [51] Second Division 0000000000
2001–02 [51] Third Division 0000000000
Total0000000000
Harrow Borough (loan) 2001–02 [52] Isthmian League Premier Division30000030
Sunderland 2005–06 [53] Premier League 1811010201
2006–07 [54] Championship 381010104010
2007–08 [55] Premier League2831010303
2008–09 [56] Premier League2301030270
2009–10 [57] Premier League30103070
Total1101450900012414
Sheffield Wednesday (loan) 2005–06 [53] Championship40000040
Ipswich Town (loan) 2009–10 [57] Championship1860000186
Celtic 2010–11 [58] Scottish Premier League 18300102 [lower-alpha 1] 0213
2011–12 [59] Scottish Premier League0000000000
2012–13 [60] Scottish Premier League1000001 [lower-alpha 1] 020
Total193001030233
Ipswich Town (loan) 2011–12 [59] Championship3341000344
2012–13 [60] Championship3971000407
Ipswich Town 2013–14 [29] Championship451300104613
2014–15 [32] Championship442720002 [lower-alpha 2] 04827
2015–16 [61] Championship341000103510
2016–17 [62] Championship40000040
Total1996140202020761
Newcastle United 2016–17 [62] Championship1551120186
Nottingham Forest 2017–18 [63] Championship2770010287
2018–19 [64] Championship2841032326
2019–20 [65] Championship00000000
Total55111042006013
Bolton Wanderers 2019–20 [65] League One 2000000020
Career total42510011118250459103
  1. 1 2 Appearance(s) in UEFA Champions League
  2. Appearances in Championship play-offs

International

As of match played 7 October 2017 [66]
Appearances and goals by national team and year
National teamYearAppsGoals
Republic of Ireland 200750
200830
201450
201550
201651
201792
Total323

International goals

As of match played 6 October 2017. Republic of Ireland score listed first, score column indicates score after each Murphy goal. [66]
International goals by date, venue, cap, opponent, score, result and competition
No.DateVenueCapOpponentScoreResultCompetitionRef
1.5 September 2016 Red Star Stadium, Belgrade, Serbia23Flag of Serbia.svg  Serbia 2–22–2 2018 FIFA World Cup qualification [49]
2.6 October 2017 Aviva Stadium, Dublin, Ireland27Flag of Moldova.svg  Moldova 1–02–02018 FIFA World Cup qualification [63]
3.2–0

Honours

Waterford United

Sunderland

Newcastle United

Individual

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