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Jerry Murphy

Jerry Murphy

Clubs played for: Crystal Palace, Chelsea, Fisher Athletic, Blacktown City, Wollongong City (1976-1990)

Born: 1959

Birthplace: Stepney, Greater London

Position: Midfielder

Biography: A member of Terry Venables exciting young Palace side dubbed the 'Team of the Eighties', he was John Hollins first signing for the club on a free transfer. Wretched luck with injuries kept him from being a first team regular for much of his time at Stamford Bridge. He impressed on his home debut against Coventry City only to lose his place through injury. Competition from Kevin McALISTER and Mickey Hazard restricted his appearances in his first season, while fitness problems limited him to 13 games in his final two seasons before his contract was cancelled in the summer of 1988. A Republic of Ireland international, he emigrated to Australia but then returned to coach disadvantaged kids in his native East London.

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Murphy, Jerry I went to Stepney Green School with Jerry, He was a year younger, a good footballer even at that age. We had Harry Cribbs from Millwall training us and a West Ham player who I believe was Buchanan. Jerry always made fun of me, would like to say hello if he remembers me.
02-08-22 Theo Demson

Murphy, Jerry My favourite ever player. I still have the left boot you wore against Burnley in 1979. I hope you are well.
08-05-22 Steve

Murphy, Jerry I remember your goal from a corner against Charlton at the Holmesdale Road end.
17-03-22 Steve Carter

Murphy, Jerry Hello Jerry. Good days at St Mary’s and St Michaels.
20-01-22 Bill Wood

Murphy, Jerry Saw you score a goal a Stoke city.
10-01-22 Diane Stutley.

Murphy, Jerry Jerry is cousin. His mum Olive is my mums sister. I would love to contact him. When I was a child I went up to Stepney and he was such a nice person. Absolutely adored by his mum. Would love to just say hi x
30-06-21 Michelle Grace

Murphy, Jerry Just a hello & hope to see you again sometime .
26-06-21 Danny Comptons Joules

Murphy, Jerry Jerry has been a family friend of mine for years. Such a lovely guy. I still see him now and again and he’s doing okay, still doing some things for football. he used to be a coach for a little club called Breaks Manor. That’s where I met him and found out who he was but my grandparents have been friends with him for years now.
10-06-21 Ryan Crosby

Murphy, Jerry I’ve just found out that Jerry is my second cousin! My late Mum was Ivy Percival. Her Mum was Jane Weaver (later Percival) sister of Alice Weaver (later Murphy) and Jerry’s Nan. I would love to get in touch with Jerry and say hello. When I was a little girl Mum took me to see great Aunt Alice a lot. Hope this message finds its way to Jerry.
22-04-21 Vivien Jones

Murphy, Jerry I grew up in Stepney and played football with Jerry he showed talent then but I always notice he was predominantly left footed. Not seen him or his cousins Harry and Micky for 49 years.

09-09-20 David Black

Murphy, Jerry I went to the same school as Jerry my younger brother Neville played in the same team club and school. Whenever I watched him he always stood out sweet left foot, good control, lots of vision and always seemed to have time on the ball very gifted player...hope he is well wherever he is now.
30-08-20 Noel Miller

Murphy, Jerry I met jerry last nite in the great northen pub in hatfield he was on his way home having a quick half nice chap one of my heroes got his autograph shook his hand Made my day come on palace.

Murphy, Jerry Jerry's father Patsy and my father were work mates. Jerry taught me how to kick a ball at the age of 2!!! Lost contact with him now would like to hook up again. Michael O'Neill

Murphy, Jerry Jerry contact me its Reg and Lenny Johnson and Lenny wiseman.via email and I.ll text my mobile.

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