AUDIO: Dan Murray on Retirement from League of Ireland Football
Cork City FC say goodbye to one of their most successful players with Dan Murray announcing his retirement this week.
The defender has enjoyed a fruitful career Leeside since initially joining on loan in 2002.
He captained the Club to League success in 2005, before a spell away at Shamrock Rovers where he enjoyed more League, Cup and European victory.
We've spoken to the 33 year old at length about his decision to retire, his League of Ireland journey; the highs of success as well as the lows of City's financial struggles and the strained relationships with the Administrators and Manager at the time.
Murray discusses becoming a Cork City supporter and the plans for his football future.
Click PLAY below to hear the interview in full.
Image via @CorkCityFC on Twitter.
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