Glenn Murray

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Glenn Murray
Glenn Murray Brighton.jpg
Murray playing for Brighton and Hove Albion in 2011
Personal information
Full name Glenn Murray[1]
Date of birth (1983-09-25) 25 September 1983 (age 36)[2]
Place of birth Maryport, England
Height 6 ft 0 in (1.83 m)[3]
Playing position Striker
Club information
Current team
Brighton & Hove Albion
Number 17
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
2002–2004 Workington Reds
2004 Wilmington Hammerheads 14 (3)
2004 Barrow 6 (6)
2004–2007 Carlisle United 46 (5)
2006Stockport County (loan) 11 (3)
2006–2007Rochdale (loan) 12 (4)
2007–2008 Rochdale 42 (21)
2008–2011 Brighton & Hove Albion 118 (54)
2011–2015 Crystal Palace 112 (44)
2014Reading (loan) 18 (8)
2015–2017 AFC Bournemouth 19 (3)
2016–2017Brighton & Hove Albion (loan) 26 (15)
2017– Brighton & Hove Albion 99 (33)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 14:53, 5 October 2019 (UTC)

Glenn Murray (born 25 September 1983) is an English professional footballer who plays as a striker for Premier League club Brighton & Hove Albion.

Prior to joining Brighton for a second spell in January 2017, Murray previously played for Workington Reds, Wilmington Hammerheads, Barrow, Carlisle United, Stockport County, Rochdale, Crystal Palace, Reading and AFC Bournemouth.

He holds the record for most goals scored in a Championship season with 30 goals in the 2012–13 season.[4]

Career[edit]

Early career[edit]

Born in Maryport, Cumbria,[2] Murray began his playing career playing for non-League side Workington Reds before joining American team Wilmington Hammerheads in 2004. He spent one season with the North Carolina club playing 14 times and scoring three goals in the USL Professional League.[5] After his time in America he joined Barrow where he scored seven goals in seven games.[6] Murray then signed for Conference National side Carlisle United and was part of the Conference play-off-winning team in 2005 and League Two-winning side a season later.[7][8]

Murray joined Stockport County on loan for two months and he returned to Carlisle after this loan deal, following teammate Karl Hawley's rib injury.

Rochdale[edit]

Rochdale manager Steve Parkin then signed Murray on loan until January 2007. Murray then signed for the club on a contract until 2009, for an undisclosed fee. He made his first start for Rochdale in their 7–1 defeat away at Lincoln City on 21 October 2006. His first goal was a 59th-minute equaliser in their match with Barnet on 18 November, but Rochdale lost the match 3–2. Murray made 31 league appearances in his first season with the club and scored 16 goals.

Murray made his first appearance for the 2007–08 season as a 53rd-minute substitute on the opening day in Rochdale's 3–0 loss away to Peterborough United. His first start of the season came in their 2–2 home draw with Stoke City in the first round of the League Cup three days later on 14 August. Murray scored his first goal of the season in a 1–1 home draw with Norwich City in the League Cup second round, and his first league goal of the season came in Rochdale's 4–3 victory away at Shrewsbury Town on 29 September. He made 42 league appearances scoring 21 goals, giving him an average of one goal every two games in his Rochdale career.

Brighton & Hove Albion[edit]

2007–08 season[edit]

Murray had been linked with a transfer to League One team Brighton & Hove Albion throughout the January transfer window, and finally completed his move to the Withdean Stadium on 25 January 2008 for a reported £300,000.[9] He made his debut four days later, coming on as a 61st-minute substitute for Nathan Elder during the 1–0 defeat away to Northampton Town.[10] He started Albion's next match, on 2 February at home to Crewe Alexandra, and scored two goals on his home debut in the 3–0 victory.[11] Murray scored nine goals for Brighton during the 2007–08 season.

2008–09 season[edit]

Despite suffering several injuries during the 2008–09 season,[12][13] Murray made 28 appearances and scored 12 goals.[14] In the team's 4–0 win over Barnet in the first round of the League Cup on 12 August 2008, he was sent off.[15] On 27 September, he netted twice in a 2–2 draw at Northampton Town; his second put the team ahead in added time before Adebayo Akinfenwa equalised.[16] A week later he scored twice in the opening seven minutes and finished with his first hat-trick for the team in a 3–3 draw with Cheltenham Town.[17]

2009–10 season[edit]

On 17 October 2009, Murray won and converted a penalty for a consolation goal in a 2–1 defeat at Tranmere Rovers, but three minutes later was sent off for a second yellow card.[18] He scored four times in Brighton's 5–2 win away at Wycombe Wanderers on 28 December, a result which moved Brighton out of the relegation zone.[19] Murray's season ended on 24 April 2010 with Brighton's 2–1 win over Bristol Rovers to stay in the division; he was sent off ten minutes after coming on as a substitute for Chris Holroyd.[20]

2010–11 season[edit]

The 2010–11 season proved to be Murray's best season thus far at Brighton, scoring 22 goals and finishing runner-up to Craig Mackail-Smith as League One top scorer.[21] This included a hat-trick on 1 January 2011 in a 5–0 win over Leyton Orient.[22] On 20 May, the club confirmed that Murray had rejected their final offer of a new contract, so would be available on a free transfer when his contract expired.[23]

Crystal Palace[edit]

Murray playing for Crystal Palace in 2012

2011–12 season[edit]

On 24 May 2011, Murray signed a three-year contract with Crystal Palace, Brighton's main rivals. Manager Dougie Freedman said that Murray was the type of player that his squad needed.[24]

He made his debut – his first match in the Championship – in the starting eleven as Palace began the season with a 2–1 loss at Peterborough United on 6 August.[25] He scored his first goal 21 days later, the equaliser in a 1–1 draw against Blackpool at Selhurst Park.[26] On 27 September, he netted as Palace won 3–1 at his former club Brighton.[27] Murray scored the extra-time winner at Old Trafford against Manchester United in the League Cup quarter-finals on 30 November.[28]

2012–13 season[edit]

On 22 September 2012, Murray scored a hat-trick including two penalties against Cardiff City,[29] and repeated the feat on 6 November against Ipswich Town in a 5–0 victory despite missing a third penalty.[30] He scored twice in a 3–0 home win over Brighton on 1 December, a result which put Palace on top of the league table.[31]

On 2 February 2013, Murray scored twice in four minutes against South London rivals Charlton Athletic as Palace came from behind to win 2–1.[32] In March, he lost out to Watford's Matěj Vydra as Championship Player of the Season.[33] On 28 March, Murray signed a new three-year contract with Crystal Palace.[34] Murray missed the play-off final, in which Palace secured promotion to the Premier League, having suffered a serious knee injury in the semi-final against Brighton.[35]

2013–14 season[edit]

Murray came back from injury as a 72nd-minute substitute for Jason Puncheon on 8 February 2014 in a 3–1 home win against West Bromwich Albion.[36] On 2 March, he scored his only goal of the season and his first in the Premier League, winning a late penalty against Swansea City after being fouled by Chico Flores and converting it past Michel Vorm to earn a 1–1 away draw.[37]

2014–15 season[edit]

Reading (loan)[edit]

On 1 September 2014, transfer deadline day, Murray moved to Championship club Reading on loan until 1 January 2015.[38] He scored twice in his debut match in a 3–0 win over Fulham.[39] Murray scored eight goals in 18 league games for Reading, ending on 26 December with a brace in a 2–2 draw at Brighton where he opened the scoring after 39 seconds.[40]

Return to Palace[edit]

At the end of January 2015, Murray signed a contract extension with Palace until 2017.[41] On 28 February, he scored twice and was sent off for two bookings as Palace won 3–1 away to West Ham United.[42] Murray opened the scoring as Palace defeated reigning Premier League champions Manchester City 2–1 on 6 April.[43] Murray continued his goalscoring form by giving Palace a 1–0 lead in their 4–1 win at Sunderland on 11 April.[44] Eight days later, Murray was selected in the Football Manager Team of the Decade at the Football League Awards.[45] On 16 May against Liverpool, in Steven Gerrard's final match at Anfield, Murray's penalty was saved by Simon Mignolet but he hit in the rebound to confirm a 3–1 victory.[46]

AFC Bournemouth[edit]

On 7 August 2015, Crystal Palace rejected a £3 million bid for Murray from Premier League rivals AFC Bournemouth.[47] On 1 September, an improved bid of £4 million was accepted, and Murray joined the club on a three-year-deal.[48] He scored his first goal for Bournemouth on 3 October in a 1–1 draw with Watford, a fellow newly promoted team, but had a penalty saved late on.[49] He scored a consolation goal in the following match, a 5–1 loss at Manchester City.[50] In December, he scored a late headed goal to clinch a win against reigning champions Chelsea at Stamford Bridge.[51]

Return to Brighton[edit]

On 3 July 2016, Murray returned to Brighton & Hove Albion on a season-long loan.[52] His second debut for the Sussex side came on 6 August away to Derby County, while his first goal in his second spell came at home to Nottingham Forest six days later; he scored his second in the same match as Albion won 3–0.[53] Brighton repeated that scoreline at Falmer Stadium four days later against Rotherham United, and Murray was again on the scoresheet.[53] On 29 October, Murray scored a hat-trick against Norwich City at Falmer as the Seagulls secured a 5–0 win,[54] and on 18 November he scored his 150th career League goal in a 1–1 draw with Aston Villa.[55]

On 31 January 2017, Murray re-signed permanently for Brighton & Hove Albion on a deal until June 2019. He had scored 15 goals in 28 appearances while on loan to the club in the first half of the season.[56] He contributed 8 more league goals in the remainder of the season, including the opening goal in a 2–1 home win against Wigan Athletic on 17 April that sealed Brighton's promotion to the Premier League for the first time in their history.[53][57]

Newly promoted Brighton made a positive start to their inaugural Premier League season, sitting in 8th place after eleven games. An unbeaten run of four games from mid-October coincided with Murray hitting a good run of form, with the striker scoring four goals in the three games preceding the November international break. His scoring run began with two against West Ham United in a 3–0 away win, and he followed it up with goals against Southampton at home and Swansea City away, earning Brighton four points.[58] On 8 January 2018, Murray scored the winning goal in Brighton's 2–1 victory over arch rivals and former club Crystal Palace to eliminate them from the FA Cup at the third-round stage.[59]

On 1 September 2018 Murray scored twice to take Brighton from 2–0 down to draw 2–2 with Fulham.[60] His 100th goal for Albion, the only goal of the match at home to Wolverhampton Wanderers on 27 October, made him just the second man – after Tommy Cook with 123 – to reach that milestone.[61] Murray signed a one year contract extension on 13 November that runs to the summer of 2020.[62] After 9 games without scoring, on 29 January 2019 Murray scored another two goals against Fulham in a 4–2 away defeat. This time Fulham came back from 2 goals behind, and won.[63] On 6 February 2019 Murray scored another two goals this time coming off the bench in a fourth round FA Cup replay against West Brom where his goals put Brighton 2–1 and 3–1 up in the 3–1 victory.[64] On 9 March 2019 Murray scored his 100th league goal for The Seagulls at his former club and bitter rivals Crystal Palace in a 2–1 away victory. This win meant Brighton won the double over Palace.[65]

Murray scored his first goal of the 2019–20 season in a 2–1 away win over Bristol Rovers in the EFL Cup on the 27 August.[66]

Personal life[edit]

On 24 January 2018, Murray and his wife Stacey were arrested on suspicion of tax fraud totalling £1.1 million.[67][68] In April 2019, HMRC announced that they had concluded their criminal investigation and no charges had been brought.[69]

Career statistics[edit]

As of 5 October 2019
Appearances and goals by club, season and competition
Club Season League National Cup[a] League Cup[b] Other Total
Division Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals
Wilmington Hammerheads 2004[5] USL Pro Soccer League 14 3 14 3
Barrow 2004–05[6] Conference North 6 6 0 0 1[c] 1 7 7
Carlisle United 2004–05[70] Conference National 19 2 0 0 3[d] 0 22 2
2005–06[71] League Two 26 3 1 0 1 0 6[e] 1 34 4
2006–07[72] League One 1 0 1[e] 0 2 0
Total 46 5 1 0 1 0 10 1 58 6
Stockport County (loan) 2006–07[72] League Two 11 3 0 0 11 3
Rochdale 2006–07[72] League Two 31 16 2 0 0 0 33 16
2007–08[73] League Two 23 9 1 0 2 1 1[e] 0 27 10
Total 54 25 3 0 2 1 1 0 60 26
Brighton & Hove Albion 2007–08[73] League One 21 9 21 9
2008–09[14] League One 23 11 1 0 3 1 1[e] 0 28 12
2009–10[74] League One 32 12 3 2 1 0 1[e] 0 37 14
2010–11[75] League One 42 22 7 0 0 0 1[e] 0 50 22
Total 118 54 11 2 4 1 3 0 136 57
Crystal Palace 2011–12[25] Championship 37 6 0 0 6 1 43 7
2012–13[76] Championship 42 30 1 1 1 0 1[f] 0 45 31
2013–14[77] Premier League 14 1 0 0 0 0 14 1
2014–15[78] Premier League 17 7 2 0 1 0 20 7
2015–16[79] Premier League 2 0 1 1 3 1
Total 112 44 3 1 9 2 1 0 125 47
Reading (loan) 2014–15[78] Championship 18 8 18 8
AFC Bournemouth 2015–16[79] Premier League 19 3 3 1 0 0 22 4
Brighton & Hove Albion 2016–17[53] Championship 45 23 1 0 1 0 47 23
2017–18[80] Premier League 35 12 3 2 0 0 38 14
2018–19[81] Premier League 38 13 4 2 0 0 42 15
2019–20 Premier League 7 0 0 0 1 1 8 1
Total 125 48 8 4 2 1 0 0 135 53
Brighton & Hove Albion combined total 243 102 19 6 6 2 3 0 271 110
Career total 523 199 29 8 18 5 16 2 586 214
  1. ^ Includes FA Cup
  2. ^ Includes League/EFL Cup
  3. ^ Appearance in FA Trophy
  4. ^ Appearances in Conference National play-offs
  5. ^ a b c d e f Appearance(s) in Football League Trophy
  6. ^ Appearance in Championship play-offs

Honours[edit]

Carlisle United

Brighton & Hove Albion

Individual

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