PHYSIO SIMON MURPHY LEAVES FOR LEICESTER
17 Feb 2014
Stags physio Simon Murphy is leaving the club in 2 weeks to become assistant physio at Leicester City. Players and management at Mansfield have consistently praised his work and he will be missed.
An evening with Simon Murphy
Physio Simon Murphy is the next personality in the hot seat for our series entitled 'An Evening With'.
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The 23-year-old, who has served us for the past 18 months, is preparing to say farewell to One Call Stadium having recently accepted the post of assistant physio at Championship front-runners Leicester City.
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Stags also announced this week that physio Simon Murphy is to leave in two weeks and join Championship high-flyers Leicester City as assistant first team coach.
“Simon is a young lad, very ambitious and a fantastic physio,” said Moore. “His attention to detail is excellent and he is meticulous in everything he does. He is very professional and it’s no surprise that a club the size of Leicester want him.
“He is a sad loss but we wish him well. That’s what happens when you bring people in and nurture them and they go on and have a fantastic career.”
Cox praises outgoing physio
mansfieldtown.net, 20th February 2014
Manager Paul Cox has nothing but praise for our outgoing physio Simon Murphy.
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We revealed earlier this week that the 23-year-old had accepted the position of assistant first team physio at Championship leaders Leicester City.
“I’m a big fan of Simon Murphy and I always will be,” said our boss.
“He’s a top draw physio. He’s young, energetic, excellent at his job and deserves to progress. I think he’ll go on to even bigger and better things.
“The professionalism and the stuff he’s brought behind the scenes to the players is immense. I think Leicester City are getting an excellent acquisition and we’re losing a top boy.”
Cox added: “I think it’ll be hard to fill his shoes, because he’s not just been a good physio, he’s got a great personality and he’s good around the lads.”
Murphy’s last match with us will be our Sky Bet League Two away clash at Dagenham & Redbridge in nine days time.
Physio Murphy can go all the way to the top - Cox
chad.co.uk, 20 February 2014
Paul Cox believes physio Simon Murphy will go all the way to the top as the 23-year-old prepares to leave One Call Stadium and begin his new job as assistant first team physio at Championship title-chasers Leicester City.
“Simon is top drawer,” said Cox. “He is young, so eager, and excellent at his job. He deserves to progress.
“I think he will go on to even bigger and better things. Leicester City are getting an excellent acquisition and we are losing a top boy.
“It will be hard to fill his shoes as he is not just a good physio, he has a great personality and is good around the lads.”
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