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Encyclopedia > Danny Murphy

Danny Murphy (born 18 March 1977) is an English football player. He is a midfielder and currently plays for Charlton Athletic F.C., having been transferred from Liverpool F.C. for 2.5 million on 10 August 2004.

He was previously a trainee at Crewe Alexandra where he was developed by Dario Gradi into a player of real Premiership quality. After signing for Liverpool, he did not break into the first team squad immediately and returned to Crewe for a successful period on loan. After the loan period ended, he became a first team regular at Anfield.

He has been capped for England eight times and scored one goal.

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Danny Murphy - Liverpool (166 words)
After appearing in several England squads, Danny finally made the breakthrough in November when he was capped as a substitute in the Sweden friendly at Old Trafford (drew 1-1).
At one stage, Danny returned to Crewe on a loan spell at the end of the 1998/9 season and it appeared that his Liverpool days were numbered.
Danny has also added a lethal long-range shooting ability to his repertoire, which has seen him score some spectacular goals in the last couple of seasons, including a memorable 30-yard shot which secured Liverpool victory over Manchester United at Old Trafford last season.
Danny Murphy has completed his 2.5 million move to fellow Premiership club Charlton Athletic ending a seven year association with Liverpool.
Murphy was signed for Liverpool by Roy Evans from Crewe Alexandra for 2.5 million in 1997 and after 249 appearances for the Reds scoring 44 goals departs for pasteurs new with Charlton.
An injury to club-mate Steven Gerrard sees Murphy promoted to the full squad, but he is then forced to withdraw after breaking a bone in his foot.
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