Old Trafford & Danny Murphy
Old Trafford is a football stadium in Old Trafford, Greater Manchester, England, and the home of Manchester United. With a capacity of 75,811, Old Trafford is the second-largest football stadium in England after Wembley, the third-largest in the United Kingdom and the eleventh-largest in Europe. The stadium is approximately from Old Trafford Cricket Ground and the adjacent tram station. Daniel Ben Danny Murphy (born 18 March 1977) is an English footballer who plays for Blackburn Rovers. As a footballer he plays as a central midfielder and he has also been a club captain. Murphy's previous clubs include Charlton Athletic, Liverpool and Fulham. His career at Liverpool included a cup treble in 2001 (League Cup, FA Cup and UEFA Cup). /5
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Danny Murphy scores this great goal in 2002 at Old Trafford. What are you expecting tomorrow night?.
Remember this moment from Danny Murphy at Old Trafford in 2002?
that time Danny Murphy kept scoring winners at Old Trafford was great
reminds me a lot of Danny Murphy at Old Trafford
On this day in Liverpool history - 24th April European semi-finals We have twice played European Semi-final second legs on this day. 1985 - Mark Lawrenson grabbed the only goal of the game in Greece to knock Panathinaikos out 5-0 on aggregate, as we reached our fifth European Cup Final in nine years. 1997 - Our 2-0 defeat of Paris Saint-Germain in the European Cup Winners’ Cup at Anfield was not enough to overcome a three goal first-leg deficit. Robbie Fowler and Mark Wright netted our goals. Robbie’s strike was his seventh in the competition, a club record. Mixed fortunes against the Mancs We have twice visited Manchester United for top-flight fixtures on this day in history. 2004 - Danny Murphy scored the only goal for the third time in four League meetings at Old Trafford, this time from the penalty spot after Gary Neville brought down Steven Gerrard. This was Stéphane Henchoz’s 200th reds game, John Arne Riise’s hundredth League game for us, and Bruno Cheyrou’s 48th and final reds appearanc ...
That pen denied to Danny Murphy away at Old Trafford still rankles!
Danny Murphy believes Juan Mata’s arrival at Manchester United will signal the end of Wayne Rooney’s Old Trafford career. The Spanish midfielder is expected to undergo a medical today ahead of a £37million move from Chelsea , and former Liverpool star Murphy doesn’t see any way the pair can play in the same team. Speaking on the Colin Murray Show, he said: “Rooney is leaving in the summer, in my opinion. I’m 99% sure he will be gone. I’d be amazed if there is not something already in the pipeline for Rooney this summer. “His best position is in behind Robin Van Persie, dropping in where he likes, scoring goals and making things happen. He’s one of the best in the league, if not in Europe, at doing that. “And United decide to plough all this money into Mata. But do they really need him? The answer is no, because the pair of them together, and Van Persie, is naïve. It’s not going to happen. “People can say you can play Mata on the right or the left but he is not going to move to Man ...
Reports by Jeremy Wilson of the Telegraph state that the former Manchester United manager believes Gerrard not to be a "top top player" and is inferior to the likes of Roy Keane and Paul Scholes. Ferguson's claims that when playing for Liverpool against a United side featuring both Keane and Scholes, Gerrard was largely ineffective. BUT. January 2002, the venue is Old Trafford and there is five minutes left of a tense encounter between United and Liverpool. Guess who steps up and delivers a quite magnificent pass that opens up the United defence before being put in the back of the net by Danny Murphy? Yes, you guessed it, Steven Gerrard. Were Keane and Scholes in the starting lineup that day? You bet they were. THEN. One year on at the Millennium Stadium and it's Liverpool versus United in the final of the League Cup. Gerrard opens the scoring with a truly wonderful long-range effort and Liverpool win 2-0. No prizes for guessing which two players were in the United starting lineup. AND. Despite being of t ...
Great day at Old Trafford and saw Danny Murphy at the service station on the way back :-)
United close in on first summer signing Highly-rated Crewe Alexandra starlet Nick Powell will reportedly become Manchester United's first summer signing following next Sunday's League Two playoff final. The 18-year-old has weighed in with an impressive 15 goals from midfield this season, and could yet fire Crewe to promotion in seemingly his final game for the club. According to the Manchester Evening News, Powell has been tracked by Sir Alex Ferguson all season and will move to Old Trafford next week following his outing at Wembley. Powell is rated at around £4 million and has been coveted by a number of Premier League clubs over the course of the campaign but, it would appear, Manchester United have won the race for his signature. The teenager is the latest in a long line to have graduated from the famed Crewe academy, with a number of star names having been produced at Gresty Road. Crewe can count Danny Murphy and Dean Ashton among their alumni, while they also relaunched the careers of David Platt an ...
A reds since Danny Murphy scores the winner at Old Trafford in 2000/2001 season when i was 7years old
no. danny murphy was clearly fouled for a penalty at Old Trafford. no penalty so Fulham denied point.
Still remember the game in 2004 when Danny Murphy scored the winner at Old Trafford. Liverpool became the love of my life after that.
3 - Manchester United have been involved in controversial penalty decisions in their last 3 games at Old Trafford. 1 involved Danny Murphy.
Fulham chairman Mohamed Al Fayed is likely to face sanction from the Football Association after launching a stinging attack on the national governing body, as well as the Premier League. Al Fayed maintains the belief that the top-flight's more prominent sides are the beneficiaries of favourable decisions from match officials, and has called on the FA and Premier League to take action against incompetent referees. Fulham have felt the impact of this supposed big team bias, and were denied a clear penalty in a defeat to Manchester United at Old Trafford little over two weeks ago. Michael Carrick blatantly fouled Cottagers captain Danny Murphy in the closing stages; a decision which denied Fulham the opportunity to secure a last gasp draw and, perhaps, have some say in the destination of the league title. Al Fayed now wants a review of refereeing practices in this country, and has claimed the Premier League is in a 'coma' when it comes to reviewing the performances of match officials. "The FA's problem in ad ...
Only just seen the penalty Danny Murphy didn't get at Old Trafford on Monday Night, what a joke!
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