Scott Murray

[footballer, born 1988] Scott Murray (born 3 March 1988 in Glasgow) is a Scottish former footballer. Murray won the Scottish Youth Cup with Kilmarnock in 2004 before being released shortly after. Dundee manager Jim Duffy then signed Murray on a 2-year contract. He made his first team debut against Airdrie in the Scottish Challenge Cup savin
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Scott Murray

[footballer, born 1974] Scott George Murray (born 26 May 1974) is a former Scottish footballer now turned club kitman for Bristol City F.C. ==Club career== Born in Fraserburgh, Aberdeenshire, and a product of the Scottish Highland Football League, Murray started his professional football career at his local Highland League club Fraserbugh F
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Scott Murray

[rugby union] 1996-1997 | ru_nationalcaps = 87 0 9 | ru_nationalpoints = (15) (0) (?) | ru_ntupdate = | ru_clubyears = 2010- 2007-2010 2002-2007 1999-2002 1996-1999 | ru_clubcaps = 6220 | ru_proclubs = Castres ==Club career== Scott Murray is a former Scottish school basketball international who attended Morgan Academy and Preston Lodge High
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Scott Murray

[filmmaker] Scott Murray is an Australian filmmaker and writer, best known for his long association with Cinema Papers and making the film Devil in the Flesh (1989). ...
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