# Brian Murphy

This year
# Last man back
Veteran Waterford goalkeeper Brian Murphy hangs up his gloves at 39
Murphy enjoyed Premier League spells with both QPR and Cardiff during his 23-year career.
All time
# Hurt
'It breaks my heart... I came home to play for my hometown club and that's possibly my last game'
Veteran goalkeeper Brian Murphy expressed his sadness and anger after Waterford were relegated last night.
Waterford reject 'reprehensible' rumours surrounding absence of captain Oscar Brennan
Goalkeeper Brian Murphy, meanwhile, has denied claims he has left the club.
# Homecoming
Brian Murphy returns home to Waterford FC following long career in English football
‘I’m happy to be back,’ says veteran keeper.
# Looking Back
'Roy said: Do you want to be a footballer, or do you want to take piss for a living like that fella?'
Brian Murphy has recalled his memorable stint at Ipswich.
# Premier League
35-year-old Waterford goalkeeper signs new Cardiff deal ahead of Premier League return
Former Bohemians and Ipswich Town shot-stopper Brian Murphy has signed a new contract with Cardiff ahead of next season.
Mixed fortunes for Irish internationals on Championship's final day
There was bad news for Preston’s Irish contingent, while Richard Keogh helped Derby secure a play-off spot.
# Apology
Protester tackled by Canadian Ambassador at 1916 event has conviction overturned
Brian Murphy has publicly apologised for the incident, saying he didn’t mean to insult anyone.
# Controversial
Fine Gael councillor to face disciplinary hearing over comments about Islam
The councillor posted a series of controversial comments on Twitter regarding migrants and Islam.
# Sharia Law
Fine Gael criticises one of its councillors for 'unacceptable' comments about Islam
Councillor Brian Murphy claimed that Sharia law is operating in Ireland.
# the toughest
'They'll have to start better this time because Cuala have the forwards to punish them'
O’Loughlin Gaels chairman and Cork legend Brian Murphy talks us through the club’s journey to another Leinster final.
# blue birds
Irish goalkeeper finds a new club after being released by Portsmouth
Brian Murphy joins Anthony Pilkington at Cardiff.
# back with a bang
Cork hand Brian Murphy a first start in 21 months and make 3 changes from Waterford loss
Cork have made three changes from the side that lost the league final to Waterford.
# Rebel return
'He has been one of the greatest man markers in hurling over the last few years'
Cork’s Brian Murphy is back to give their championship aspirations a boost.
# Comeback Kid
'It is a leap of faith in one sense. There is a risk factor for Brian too.'
Cork Jimmy Barry-Murphy on the return of 2006 Allstar winner Brian Murphy to the Rebels camp.
# Wave Goodbye
Richard Dunne is a free agent after being released by QPR
Meanwhile, Irish goalkeeper Brian Murphy will also leave the club.
# Return To Action
Big boost to Cork as All-Ireland hurling winner rejoins their panel
Murphy had retired after the 2013 All-Ireland hurling defeat to Clare.
# Legends
Tommy Walsh, Eoin Kelly, JJ Delaney and 13 other hurlers who called it a day in 2014
Cork, Waterford, Offaly, Kilkenny, Tipperary and Wexford players called it a day this year.
# what if
Here's the 2014 Irish Fantasy Football team of the year
There are some notable omissions and surprise inclusions in the starting XI.
# New Job
New governor appointed to Mountjoy Prison
Brian Murphy will take up his new role in September.
# Play-Off Final
'You have to be realistic': how Brian Murphy helped QPR's promotion push from the bench
QPR’s number two will be ready if he’s thrust into today’s play-off final against Derby County.
# Bowing out
Cork veteran Brian Murphy calls time on intercounty career
The Bride Rovers man informed JBM that it’s the end of the road.
Brian Murphy called up to Ireland squad ahead of Serbia friendly
The QPR goalkeeper gets the nod ahead of Shay Given.
# Rebels
Brian Murphy shrugs off shoulder concerns after classic All-Ireland final
Cork defender came through Sunday’s All-Ireland final unscathed after more than two months out with a broken collarbone.
# One change
Brian Murphy returns to Cork team for All-Ireland hurling final
The Bride Rovers man is the only change from the side that beat Dublin in the semi final.
# Happy Days
JBM back in All-Ireland big time with Cork after 14-year wait
The Rebels legend revealed that one of his established players, Brian Murphy, will be back available for the final.
# Setback
Cork's Brian Murphy set to miss Munster final after suffering shoulder injury
The defender sustained the injury in a club game today.
# Team news
Cronin on the bench as Cork name team for Championship opener
Patrick Cronin is among the Cork substitutes for Sunday’s Munster semi-final against Clare.
# What Richard Did
Film adaptation of 'Bad Day in Blackrock' up for top award
‘What Richard Did’, the cinema version of Kevin Power’s book, has been positively received at the Toronto International Film Festival.
# Go West
Boost for Ulster Bank League as Connacht sign up three players for new season
The province has selected a trio of talented UBL stars in the same week as the 2012/13 fixtures announcement.
'We're no fools' -- Rebels ready for Déise showdown, says Brian Murphy
He’s no longer the junior partner in defence but the Bride Rovers man is relishing the chance to take on the Déise again in Thurles.
# Advisers
The 6 Ministers whose special advisers breach the €92k salary cap
Public Expenditure and Reform Minister Brendan Howlin has revealed that six ministerial advisers including his own breach the €92,000 cap he introduced last year.
# Depth
Building: Connacht add to squad for another Heineken Cup season
The western province have signed Jason Harris-Wright and Brian Murphy on one-year contracts.
# Big Shoes
Coleman gets the nod to replace Dónal Óg for Cork
Cork have made three changes ahead of Sunday’s Allianz National Hurling final against Kilkenny.
# Back in nets!
Irish stoppers on the move
Former Bohs keeper could be in line for a move to the Premiership.
# Public Pay
Senior NTMA and NAMA staff waived €850k bonuses for 2010
While some staff at the National Treasury Management Agency received bonuses, three major CEOs declined theirs.