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Glenn Murray

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D.O.B.

25 Sep, 1983

Birthplace

Barrow

Height

6ft 1in

Weight

12st 5lb

Position

Striker

Signed

1st September 2015

Fee

£4million

Former Clubs

Carlisle, Stockport (loan), Rochdale, Brighton, Reading (loan), Crystal Palace

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Murray started his career at Carlisle United, has played for Stockport, Rochdale, Brighton, Palace and Reading during his 11 year career.

During the 2014/15 season he featured for both Crystal Palace in the Premier League and for Reading on loan in the Championship, scoring 8 times for Reading.

He ended the season with 38 appearances and 15 goals.

He began the 2015/16 season with Crystal Palace and scored 1 goal in 3 appearances before joining the Cherries.

He cost AFC Bournemouth £4million, signing a three year deal.

Murray scored the famous goal that saw the Cherries beat then reigning Premier League champions Chelsea at Stamford Bridge, but Murray struggled to hold down a regular place in the squad for the remainder of the season.

He joined Championship side Brighton & Hove Albion on a season long loan deal in July 2016.

After scoring 15 goals in 26 appearances he made his loan a permanent move for a fee in the region of £3million in January 2017.

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