Former Brighton and Crystal Place ahead Glenn Murray has introduced his retirement from soccer.
The 37-year-old spent the second half of the season at Nottingham Forest on a short-term deal after leaving Brighton.
Linking up with former Seagulls boss Chris Hughton, the striker went on to attain two targets in 16 appearances for Forest.
Nevertheless, along with his contract expiring on the finish of June, Murray took to social media to announce he’s hanging up his boots, posting: “To all of the Golf equipment, Gamers & Followers that I’ve come throughout on this life altering journey….THANK YOU from the underside of my coronary heart. It has been a pleasure, hanging them up 31/05/2021”
Born in Cumbria, Murray performed non-league soccer earlier than incomes his first break at Carlisle United, serving to the facet to promotion from the Convention in 2005 and the League Two title a season later.
A transfer to Rochdale adopted earlier than spending three years with Brighton in 2008 and re-joined the facet in 2017 after spells with Crystal Palace and Bournemouth.
General his profession ends having scored 204 targets in almost 600 skilled appearances.