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Johnny Murray

Personal information
Full nameJames Murray
Place of birthDublin, Ireland
Playing positionWinger

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Johnny Murray (February 25, 1898-November 12, 1954) was an Irish soccer player during the 1920s.

Murray was a skilful winger who played for Ormeau, Blue Crusaders, Bohemians and Drumcondra F.C..

He joined Bohs in 1921 and stayed at Dalymount Park until 1926 when he joined Drumcondra. He made 63 league appearances and scored 11 goals while with Bohs. Johnny was part of their first ever league winning side alongside the likes of Stephen McCarthy in 1923/24 and played for Ireland in the Paris Olympic Games of 1924.

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