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Player Profile

Ronan Murray

19 Striker

Nationality :Irish
Date Of Birth :12 September 1991
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Name: Ronan Murray

Date of birth: 12 September 1991

Position: Striker

Birth place: Belmullet, Co. Mayo

Galway United appearances: 11

Galway United goals: 4

Former clubs: Ipswich Town, Torquay United, Swindon Town, Plymouth Argyle, Notts County

Twitter account: @RonanMurray28

Instagram account: @ronanmurray10

Sponsor: McDonagh’s fish and chip shop


Ronan Murray moved to Ipswich Town at the age of 15, along with new Galway United teammate David Cawley. He progressed through the club’s youth system to play first team football under Roy Keane. While at Portman Road, the striker had loan spells at Torquay United, Plymouth Argyle and Swindon Town. Murray was a League 2 winner with Swindon Town under Paulo Di Canio in the 2011 / 12 season.

After a five year association with Ipswich Town, Murray made the switch to Notts County in 2013 and he spent three seasons with the Magpies, making 68 appearances for the club, scoring 14 goals.

Murray has made 129 appearances across the Championship, League 1, League 2 and various Cup competitions in his spell playing in the Football League.

The striker, who is also comfortable playing as an attacking midfielder, has been capped by the Republic of Ireland from under-16 to under-21 level.