Grant Robert Murray (born 29 August 1975 in Edinburgh) is a Scottish professional footballer, who currently plays for and manages Raith Rovers. His versatility has seen him play in several positions during his career, such as defensive midfielder and fullback, although he is now primarily considered to be a right back.
25.04.2012 [The Guardian] - GrantMurray, finance director at Johnston Press, said that the change in what is termed the discount rate associated with the value of the newspapers — from 9% to 11% — would bring it in line with peers such as DMGT, which owns Northcliffe regional
21.04.2012 [Columbus Dispatch] - In fact, the crew chief — Sgt. GrantMurray — is doing just that. Liberators weren't known for surviving damage as well as their older sister, the Boeing B-17, did. After being struck, a Liberator would often catch fire, creating an unimaginable
16.04.2012 [The Sun] - Raith could have stolen all three points late on when GrantMurray was unlucky to have what looked like a good goal ruled out for offside then, bang on full time, Baird watched in disbelief as Thistle keeper Scott Fox pushed his goalbound effort onto
14.04.2012 [Scotsman] - Indeed, the Kirkcaldy side might even have left with all three points but had a late GrantMurray effort disallowed for offside. McGlynn said: “The boys felt the 'offside' goal should have stood and then John Baird hit a post.
28.04.2012 [stv.tv] - The next chance for the hosts to extend their lead fell to GrantMurray but he put his header wide from inside the six-yard box. Sam Parkin enjoyed a glorious opening for the visitors but his header was tipped over the crossbar by David McGurn.