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    No idea how he does it becuase he doesnt look quick but he seems to glide past players, also very good at working a yard of space.
    Yeah, its fascinating watching him beat folk. Really unorthodox player.


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    Talented, classy player. He's getting up to full match sharpness now.

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    Itís not what you said. You said we arenít committed to ďbuying him at the end of the seasonĒ. In a way thatís true - we wonít be buying him at the end of the season. We have already signed him for next season. Rangers donít want him playing against them this season, hence the loan for the first year. It is a similar situation to McCrory at Aberdeen.
    It is exactly what I said.. we arenít buying him as he wonít be owned by anyone. Itís a deal that suited both parties due to is saving money on it, the response was to someone saying it was Gerrard doing it in some dodgy way.

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    I like Murphy and think he'll go on to become a very important player for us.

    One thing though, is it just me or does he have a very small head?

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    Always liked him since he was at Motherwell really talented player and a genuine goal threat plus can assist also. Hopefully avoids any more injuries this season as can contribute loads.

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    Yeah, its fascinating watching him beat folk. Really unorthodox player.
    He reminds me a bit of Michael O'Neill who was brilliant for Hibs. Getting Murphy has been under-rated bit of business.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shrekko View Post
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    He reminds me a bit of Michael O'Neill who was brilliant for Hibs. Getting Murphy has been under-rated bit of business.
    I see him as being closer to a Scott Allan than Michael OíNeill but I suppose all about opinions

    I still think there is more to come from Jamie as his fitness and match sharpness improves letís hope he avoids injury

    Onwards and upwards

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shrekko View Post
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    He reminds me a bit of Michael O'Neill who was brilliant for Hibs. Getting Murphy has been under-rated bit of business.
    I really wasnít a fan of his signing initially.

    Possibly as wrong as Iíve been about something - heís superb.

    It was the ď31 year old winger with a bad injury in the not too distant pastĒ bit I was most concerned about, surely his pace will diminish whilst heís with us? Possibly, but heís not exactly the explosive pace type, so even if he does lose a bit of pace he should still have plenty left in order to be able to hurt teams.

    Heís a cracking player, I really like him.

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