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    Feb 2014

    Muzza and Horlicks.

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    An interesting article with Muzza

    Glenn Murray: ‘I’m addicted to scoring goals – it’s one of my favourite things in the world’

    There are, Murray says, no secrets to how he has kept in remarkable shape — for an 18-year-old, let alone a man of 35 — just a constant daily grind: training ground work, yoga, gym, good diet, ice baths. “At the end of the day I go home and hopefully get a half-decent night’s sleep if the kids don’t keep me up,” he says. Brighton’s younger players will occasionally give Murray and veteran defender Bruno, 38, stick about their age. Murray laughs when it is pointed out that he and Bruno became the oldest pair to combine for a goal in the Premier League when he struck against Wolves, their combined 73 years and 57 days beating Paul Scholes and Ryan Giggs’s record of 72 years and 168 set when they netted against Newcastle in 2010. In that match he also became only the second Brighton player to reach 100 goals. “I celebrated with a cup of Horlicks and an ice bath,” he jokes. “Sometimes after two or three days off we might be a bit stiffer than the younger boys, but it’s all in good humour and there’s a lot of respect there.”



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