Murray decision delayed, again.

Last updated : 23 December 2003 By Richard Brown

Adam Murray
Murray, whose release from Derby County following alcohol related trouble prompted the interest of a host of clubs all hoping to acquire the free-agent’s services.

Walsall, Northampton, Stockport, Oxford and Moroccan side, Raja Casablanca, have all expressed an interest in the midfielder, who to date has ran out three times for Notts County on a non-contract basis, although Murray’s agent, Gino Culbertson has outlined Kidderminster Harriers and Notts County as sides with a real chance of signing the much sorted after midfielder.

Dearden, who has come under much criticism following the sides 3-0 defeat at Home Park, is now thought to be in talks with the
Notts County board in an attempt to sign Murray on an 18-month contract as opposed the 6-month one which was originally placed under the nose of Murray.

During his short-time at
Meadow Lane, Murray has become an instant hit amongst the Notts faithful as he continues to stake his claim as a player of real quality.