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Glenn Murray

31-Year-Old Forward     Crystal Palace  Premier


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Birthdate:  September 25, 1983    Birthplace:  Maryport, England    Nationality:  England    Height:  6' 0"    Weight:  176 lbs    

March 22, 2015    Glenn Murray News

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Murray scored from the spot and grabbed an assist in Saturday's 2-1 win against Stoke City.

Murray slammed home the 41st minute penalty after Yannick Bolasie was fouled by Stoke 'keeper Asmir Begovic before flicking on for Wilfried Zaha's first half stoppage time winner. Murray, who only returned from a loan spell at Reading in January, has four goals this season and fantasy managers should take note that he is on penalty duty whilst Mile Jedinak is not in the side.

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February 28, 2015

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Murray scored twice and was sent off in Saturday's 3-1 win against West Ham.

Murray opened the scoring in the first half with a header from Jason Puncheon's corner that deflected in off Aaron Cresswell. The striker made it two in the second half when he headed in Puncheon's free kick before he was sent off for a second booking shortly afterwards. Murray has three goals this season yet will find himself back on the bench in the first game after his suspension has expired against QPR on Mar. 14.

February 23, 2015

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Murray scored in Saturday's 2-1 defeat to Arsenal.

Murray bundled the ball home in injury time following a scramble and came agonisingly close to earning a point after he turned Yannick Bolasie's cross against the post. The striker only got his chance because of an injury to Marouane Chamakh and Yaya Sanogo's ineligibility and his appearances will continue to be sporadic if at all.

February 17, 2015

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Bournemouth are hoping to bring Murray to the club on loan as the work toward promotion, reports the Daily Mail.

Bournemouth are working to join the Premier League, and current sit atop the Championship table on goal difference. Adding Murray would bolster the team's striking options to help them retain that position.

January 10, 2015

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Murray made his first league start of the season in Saturday's 2-1 win against Tottenham Hotspur.

Murray started as the lone striker and was unlucky not to give Palace a first half lead when his shot was saved by Hugo Lloris. The striker spent the first half of the season on loan at Reading where he scored eight goals in 18 games. Until Palace sign a new striker, new manager Alan Pardew can be expected to use Murray.

January 2, 2015

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Murray has returned from a loan spell at Championship side Reading, according to the official club website.

Murray scored eight goals in 18 appearances for The Royals and should get a chance in the first team under incoming boss Alan Pardew.

September 1, 2014

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Murray agreed to move on loan to Reading until January 2015, reports the official club website.

Murray signed for the Championship side in a bid to get more minutes on the pitch before a return to his parent club in January 2015. The striker spent most of last season sidelined with a cruciate knee ligament injury, playing just 14 times and contributing one goal and two assists. Manager Neil Warnock will keep a close eye on his form before deciding whether to extend the loan in January or not.

August 23, 2014

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Murray entered Saturday’s game against West Ham United as a late substitute.

Murray replaced Stuart O’Keefe in the 83rd minute and had one good chance late-on that was well saved by opposing keeper Adrian. Top-scorer in Palace’s promotion season, Murray missed most of last term with a long-term injury and could enjoy an extended run in the team if Fraizer Campbell continues his profligacy in front of goal.