Where is Graeme Murty now?
After over 300 league appearances for Reading including two seasons in the Premier League, Graeme Murty retired from playing in 2010 after a brief spell on the South coast with Southampton.
Whilst still a player at Reading, Murty worked in local radio and also local television on a programme called Late Kick Off which he continued after hanging up his boots.
In 2012, Graeme Murty returned to Southampton as a youth development coach at their academy but left in July 2014 when he was appointed youth development phase lead coach at Norwich City.
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Graeme Murty was appointed head coach of the Norwich under 18’s side in July 2015.
Murty is also a patron of Swings & Smiles which is a comprehensive recreational facility in West Berkshire for families who have special needs children.
In July 2016, Graeme Murty was one of the first graduates of the Premier League’s Elite Coach Apprenticeship Scheme (ECAS) which is designed to help them become “world-leading coaches of the future”.
In August 2016, Murty left Norwich City to join Scottish Premier League giants Rangers as their Head Development Squad Coach.
Murty was thrust into the limelight in February 2017 when he was appointed as Rangers caretaker manager ‘for the foreseeable future’, after Mark Warburton left his post as manager.
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Graeme Murty: Premier League Statistics
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Statistics courtesy of www.premierleague.com