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Murphy on his way to a new cottage

Murphy on his way to a new cottage

Spurs boss Martin Jol is reportedly looking to sell Ex-Liverpool, Charlton and England midfielder Danny Murphy.

Murphy, 29, is unhappy at Spurs after only seven Premiership starts, but two goals.

Fulham boss Chris Coleman is also tracking Newcastle defender Titus Bramble and Everton's Simon Davies. With injured Jimmy Bullard out for the season, he wants extra experience in midfield.

This is 'The Mirror' printing this, so don't pay to much heed to their f*****g drivel.


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Date:Wednesday December 27 2006
Time: 3:36PM

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0
You've gotta take him. PLEASE
Phartman87
27/12/2006 15:46:00
0
Shame good player leaving us but we lost Mendes last year as well
cusop
27/12/2006 16:39:00
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please take murphy from us he is so useless!
THFC Keano
27/12/2006 16:49:00
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how can u think him useless??? 2 goals in 3 starts with a total 505 minutes, thats like 5 and a half games, his deadball skills are excellent, i am so glad that Jol is our coach...
DoubleVision
27/12/2006 17:29:00
0
Shame as he's never had a good run in the team. I don't understams why we bought him only a year ago only to see him rot on the bench? The guy was superb for the scousers and Chorlton
its quiet at the lib
27/12/2006 17:39:00
0
I personally would love him to come to Fulham but don't think its going to come to anything.
Cravens
27/12/2006 19:53:00
0
On his day he can be class, as he proved at Charlton.
sandgroanun
27/12/2006 23:52:00
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What sort of £ is being mentioned?
SeasideEssexXile
28/12/2006 07:42:00
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Murphy is class!!!! I hope that he does come to us, he can't get in Jol's midfield because it is already over-populated. But I am sure that we can accomodate him here somewhere, as I have always rated him as a good player [He is not bad at deadball situations either (We definatly need him then!!!!!!)]
squeaky
01/01/2007 13:19:00
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cant believe the spurs fans are slateing him, against us earlier in the season he was the best player on the pitch.
mackaavfc
01/01/2007 15:27:00
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