Murray's career has been cut short because of a succession of injury problems. In August 2010 he was forced to retire from professional football at the age of just 29.
The top class goalkeeper came to Hereford United on loan from Wolves to get some match practice in November 2008. But at MK Dons on November 25th Murray sustained yet another injury.
Matt Murray cleared up field and immediately fell to the ground clutching his knee. Play was stopped by Gueret hoofing the ball into touch. Jamie "the sponge" Pitman was quickly to the scene and almost instantly called for a stretcher. Sadly, it may be some time before we see Matt Murray again.
After the game which the Bulls lost 3-0, manager Graham Turner spoke to BBC Hereford and Worcester about Murray.
"It looks very serious, that has absolutely devastated the dressing room.
"His knee gave way under him and he looks in a bad way, he was fairly upset and it looks very very serious for him.
"That's after a couple of years trying to get back."
The following day Murray had a scan and was told he would be out for 12 months after snapping a tendom in his right knee. Later that week he had his fifteenth operation of his career.
"As he was leaving the field of play he was devastated," Turner told BBC Midlands Today.
"He was almost in tears with the pain and the realisation of what might happen to him.
"Over at the hospital where we saw him a bit later, he had come to terms with it.
"Wolves were fantastic with getting things organised."
Turner was asked if there was a more unlucky footballer in the Midlands.
"Well there might be but I've never met a nicer one and that's all the more reason to feel sorry for him."
Tickets for the match are just £10 for adults.
There is a lot more information on the Wolves OS and also at www.mattmurraytestimonial.co.uk