|Full name||Grant Robert Murray|
|Date of birth||29 August 1975|
|Place of birth||Edinburgh, Scotland|
|Height||5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)|
|1995–2001||Heart of Midlothian||75||(1)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 3 July 2012
Grant Robert Murray (born 29 August 1975 in Edinburgh) is a Scottish professional football player and manager. His versatility saw him play in several positions during his career, such as a defensive midfielder and at fullback, although he was primarily considered to be a centre back.
Murray started his career with Hearts, playing for their first team in six seasons. He was an unused substitute as Hearts beat Rangers 2–1 in the 1998 Scottish Cup Final. Murray moved to St Johnstone in 2001, but they were relegated from the Scottish Premier League (SPL) in 2002. He then signed for Partick Thistle in 2003, but they were relegated from the SPL in 2004 and the First Division in 2005. Murray signed for Kilmarnock in 2006, where he linked up again with Jim Jefferies, who had been his manager at Hearts. He agreed a new two-year contract with Kilmarnock in April 2007.
Murray was released by Kilmarnock after the 2008–09 Scottish Premier League season. He signed for First Division club Raith Rovers later in the 2009 close season and scored his first goal for Raith Rovers on 29 August 2009, a stunning 30-yard volley against Dunfermline Athletic in a Fife derby at East End Park.
Murray moved into coaching while playing for Raith Rovers, earning UEFA qualifications. On 3 July 2012, Murray was appointed their player/manager. Murray signed an extended contract with Raith Rovers in December 2013. He guided Raith Rovers to victory in the 2013–14 Scottish Challenge Cup, winning in the final against Rangers at Easter Road. It was his first trophy as a manager and Raith's first cup win since the 1994–95 Scottish League Cup. Murray was sacked by Raith in April 2015, after a run of five successive defeats.
As of October 2015, Murray was coaching Hibernian academy players. He guided the Hibs under-20 team to double success in 2017–18, winning the SPFL Development League and the Scottish Youth Cup.
- As of 27 April 2015[update]
|Raith Rovers||July 2012||April 2015||133||51||29||53||38.35|
- Raith Rovers
- Scottish Challenge Cup (1): 2013–14
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