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Keegan continues to assemble his new-look United squad

Galway United's new-look squad is coming together at pace with another three players added this week.

Keegan already planning for United's bounce back season

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Galway United manager Shane Keegan is busy planning for next season with the Tribesmen expected to announce that several players will sign new deals with the club in the coming days.

League table not reflective of United's performances - Keegan

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Despite only registering one point from four SSE Airtricity League premier division games, Galway United manager Shane Keegan is adamant the Tribesmen can stitch a decent sequence of results together], starting with Friday’s trip to Dalymount Park for a clash with Bohemians (7.45pm).

Forward thinking is what drives Keegan on

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The last time he was in action in Croke Park, Lee Keegan was sent off by referee David Coldrick just before the short-whistle. While Keegan was cleared to play in the replay of that semi-final against Kerry it is something that he does not look back on with anger, even if it did probably hamper his preparation for the replay the following week, as a number of days of will he or won't he be allowed to play had to be negotiated before he got the all clear. "Again no blame, that was something I had to take myself and again I'm not someone to point the finger, that was subsquently my own thing. It was mentally draining week, it was very tough leading into a big game. But I had a very strong group of players around me and the management had a good belief that I would be ready for the game on the Saturday, which was a great confidence booster."

Wear your SHADES and support Irish Guide Dogs, urges Roy Keane

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Irish Guide Dogs’ most famous patron Roy Keane is looking for volunteers in Galway city and county area to help out with Irish Guide Dogs national SHADES campaign taking place from Monday April 28 to Friday May 2. Volunteers are required for street collections throughout the week and for a Tesco collection day on Thursday May 1.

Ballina looks to curb the blight of poor signage

Ballina Town Council will be putting new draft signage bye-laws out to public consultation in the next few weeks. Town architect, Kevin Keegan gave a presentation to the members of the council on the issue of poor and unattractive signage in the town and its surrounds and the impression it gives. Mr Keegan told the meeting that the council had problems in trying to get certain businesses to comply with the council’s requests to remove or replace poor signage as there were no bye-laws in place.

Football Crazy

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SURVIVING A withering glare from Diego Maradona; partying with French and Spanish football supporters on a train from Hanover to Berlin; and sitting in a Canadian bar, experiencing agony and ecstasy while following the Irish soccer team - it’s all in a day’s work for John Doyle.

Political football - politics and the World Cup

The beautiful game and the world’s second oldest profession have often collided, colluded, and clashed on the big stage of the World Cup, so as the current tournament continues in South Africa, Talking Politics takes a politically slanted look at the competition’s history.

Football fun and laughs with Aprés Match

THE WORLD Cup is approaching so it means it must be time for the ever popular Aprés Match to make a welcome return to stage and screen.

Group stages reach midweek finale

The group stages of the Champions League come to a conclusion this week with only two of the eight groups’ qualifiers not yet known.  Groups A and B will draw to a tense conclusion on Tuesday night as Chelsea, second favourites to win the trophy outright, need a result to progress to the knockout stages in late February, when the competition begins in earnest.

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