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Murray Achieves A Boyhood Dream

Glenn Murray has achieved a boyhood dream tonight by not only scoring against a team of the calibre of Manchester United, but by bagging the winner.

Yes I know I shouldn't go from a word like calibre and then use bagging but hell to it tonight!

Speaking to Sky Sports after his 98th minute winner he said.

'It was just a great cross from Darren. I lost my marker and it was one I caught and next thing it's in the back of the net. Great feeling. It's what every boy's dream is, to come to places like this and score goals like that.'

Enjoy every minute of it Mr Murray...and let's hope Gardner was right when he talked about possible play off promotion this season and you get that chance week in week out soon!

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Writer: Eddy Eagle Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday November 30 2011

Time: 11:51PM

 

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