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Murray retires

While it isn't particularly a surprise, it's still sad news to pass on.

Wolves shotstopper Matt Murray has announced his retirement from professional football at the young age of just 29.

With 5 caps for England Under-21 the game has lost a true talent who had the potential to rise to the very top of the game, if it wasn't for a variety of injuries which halted and eventually ended his career.

Murray made 108 appearances during his career, the majority for Wolves with a handful of a appearances for Kingstonian, Tranmere and Hereford during short loan spells.

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The Journalist

Writer: Akela Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday August 26 2010

Time: 12:47PM

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Good luck to Murray in whatever he decides to do next. Hopefully the club will be able to offer him some kind of role??
akela
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26/08/2010 12:50:00

gutted for matt. He really was a great talent. Arguably our best keeper since bert williams. If not for the injuries he would have definately got lots of full england caps. All the best for the future.
thehappywanderer
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26/08/2010 13:28:00

Thanks for the Memories Big Lad , Sheff utd and WBA where he had a personal battle with kamara Spring to mind , Will always be remembered in High regard and a Talent that unfortunately was never fully realised , All the best for the Future MM !!!
ODDJOB79
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26/08/2010 13:31:00

Yes one of the best goalkeepers we never had!!never reached his full potential but still some great memories.On a personal note,when he saved the penalty at the Millenium, we knew we were on the way to the promised land.All the best Matt in whatever way your career goes next,maybe a position at the Wolves???.
Crete Wolf
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26/08/2010 16:11:00

 

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