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Murphy departs Rovers

Murphy departs Rovers

Danny Murphy has this morning left Blackburn Rovers via mutual consent.

Murphy, who had one year left to run on a two year deal, endured a torrid season in the Championship with the club and became deeply unpopular with fans as he struggled to adjust to life in the Championship.

As a result of falling out of favour and briefly being forced to train with the Reserves, the club has taken steps to release Murphy from his deal and to allow him to look for another club.

It won't have come cheaply this, but it's safe to say it's best for everyone.



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Writer:Mikey Delap
Date:Monday July 1 2013
Time: 10:14AM

Comments

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Fantastic news!!
dallydally
01/07/2013 10:31:00
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No, not the football legend that is Danny Murphy... this is the worst thing to of happened since we sold Corrado Grabbi.
Jayjay42
01/07/2013 19:35:00
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There IS a god after all!
BomBom
06/07/2013 08:17:00
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