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R.I.P graham murray

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just read that former rhinos coach graham murray has passed away this morning..

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Apparently not.....word now is that he's gravely ill, with life support turned off..... Very sad news either way

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That's such a shame, he's not that old. Thoughts to his family

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sad

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RIP Graham Murray! Brought us our 1st challenge cup in over 20 years in 99. Legend!

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Deepest sympathies to all of Graham's family and friends. RIP Graham Muray.

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Very sad

 

RIP

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Sad news, great coach. Turned Leeds into a very tough team. One of the best overseas coaches we've seen in the UK.

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RIP Graham - In his time at Leeds he definitely upped the performance levels of Super League as a whole

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Will we see a minute's silence at the semi.

Leeds have requested a minutes silence at the London game on thursday.

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RIP Graham Murray! Brought us our 1st challenge cup in over 20 years in 99. Legend!

He was the start of the leeds legacy, great times at leeds. R.I.P Graham you made history happen

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They have a garden of rest at Headingley I think they should place a memoriam

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R.I.P. Graham. Condolences to all family and friends.

 

Had a big impact on Leeds and probably wouldn't be the force they are today without his input.

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R.I.P Graham.

Too young to be taken, condolences to his Family.

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Really sad news, I've known him since the early 70's and played under him in the 80's. He will be greatly missed. 

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very sad, one of those guys who had rugby league written through him like a stick of rock, rl today is a lot better cos of men like graham murray.

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