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Alan Mulholland's team head to Clones on Sunday (3pm) with some momentum as they try to secure a win that would automatically guarantee division two league football for 2015.
The Galway footballers produced a real mish-mash of a performance last Sunday in their league game with Louth.
Galway footballers head to the Gaelic Grounds in Drogheda this weekend knowing their solid performance and victory over Down last Sunday will count for little if they cannot back it up with another two points in Louth.
In an article in Tuesday's Irish Examiner in which I was quoted, the impression was given that I questioned the commitment and effort of the current squad of Galway footballers. That is not true, nor is it a view to which I ascribe.
The Galway senior footballers have it all to do this Sunday when they face a vibrant Down in Tuam Stadium (2pm) in the National Football League round four.
After defeats to Meath and Donegal, the Galway senior footballers will strive to get their first points on the board when they face Laois in O’Moore Park on Saturday evening (7pm) in a crucial league game.
Following two consecutive defeats to Meath and Donegal, the upcoming game against Laois on March 1 takes on greater significance for the Galway footballers.
Walking the Prom recently, I met a dedicated and committed Galway football supporter.
Honesty is the best policy. And to that end, it is fair to say that many Galway football supporters are a tad apprehensive about the National Football League season ahead.
It has been five years since the Galway footballers won the JJ Nestor Cup.