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Murray Wallace




Date of birth



188 cm





Defender Murray Wallace joined Millwall on a free transfer from Scunthorpe United in June 2018.

Able to operate at centre-back and left-back, the Scotsman started his career at Falkirk before making a £300,000 move to Huddersfield Town in 2012.

Murray spent four years with The Terriers before moving on to Glanford Park, where he became a fans' favourite, making over 100 appearances.

The defender's commitment and athleticism have made him a popular figure at The Den albeit before suffering a nasty injury at Hull City in February 2019, but his standout moments have undoubtedly come in the Emirates FA Cup.

Millwall's run to the Quarter-Finals of the 2018/19 competition - becoming the last non-Premier League side remaining - witnessed two vital winning goals from Murray against Everton and AFC Wimbledon, the former coming in an iconic final minute at The Den back in late January.

The left-back experienced a solid season in The Lions' defence in 2019/20, making 47 appearances, in which he was converted to playing in a wing-back role by boss Gary Rowett.

The Scot signed a new long-term contract at The Den in February 2021.

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