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Suspensions frustate Foster’s United

With each passing week it becomes more apparent the impact Ian Foster is having as Galway United’s manager, and tomorrow’s trip to Oriel Park represents the latest interesting challenge.

Foster urges his United players to work harder

As the League of Ireland season drifts towards an interesting conclusion Galway United will be keen to land another Terryland Park victory tomorrow against Bray Wanderers.

Foster expects a tricky test in the Showgrounds

Over the past couple of years Connacht derbies involving Sligo Rovers and Galway United have rarely been short on importance, and tomorrow’s encounter at the Showgrounds carries real significance.

Pressure mounts for a United victory

As the League of Ireland season drifts towards an interesting conclusion Galway United find themselves requiring a positive result from tomorrow’s Terryland Park test with Derry City.

United’s inconsistent form worries Foster ahead of Gypsies’ visit

The past week has brought contrasting fortunes for Galway United, who enjoyed a thrilling success over Derry City, and then suffered a trimming from Drogheda United. That ensures tomorrow’s Terryland Park contest with Bohemians is now in the critical category.

Foster hopes his youngsters will embrace Tallaght challenge

These are interesting days in the League of Ireland, and the splendid Tallaght Stadium will provide an ideal backdrop for tomorrow’s high stakes clash between Shamrock Rovers and Galway United.

NUIG awards new sports scholarships

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Twenty-nine NUIG students have received sports scholarships this year.

United’s destiny now in its own hands

Though severely restricted by the absence of its regular central defensive partnership, Galway United will still be intent on landing a victory in tomorrow’s Terryland Park encounter with Cork City.

United survive seasonal challenges to retain premier status

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Despite slipping down to eighth place on the final day of an interesting League of Ireland season, Galway United can still reflect on a year in which so many youngsters acquired top-flight experience.

Connacht Cup keeps the action moving

There is no let up from the action in Mayo soccer circles this weekend with the Connacht Cup taking over where the FAI Junior cup left off last weekend. Even with the terrible weather conditions which saw a lot of sporting events called off around the country, only two games fell foul to the rain in Mayo, the ties between Castlebar Celtic and Straide and Foxford United and the Ballina Town and Kiltimagh/Knock United game.

 

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