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As Galway United have no further interest in the FAI Cup this weekend. there is no competitive fixture scheduled for Sean Connor's team, which took some plaudits from Sunday's thrilling tussle with champions Shamrock Rovers.
Galway United continue to face uncertain and difficult times as the list of consecutive defeats mount and problems off the park grow.
In the middle of Galway United's wretched eight-game losing streak, manager Sean Connor believed the Tribesmen's season would be defined by three games with Drogheda United, the first of which is scheduled for Terryland Park this evening (Thursday).
At the start of a marathon League of Ireland season, Sean Connor stated Galway United’s objective was to finish the campaign ahead of Bray Wanderers, UCD, and Drogheda United so tomorrow’s match at the Carlisle Grounds matters deeply.
Even though the League of Ireland season is barely a month old, Galway United’s encounter tomorrow with Drogheda United carries deep importance.
Three losses and a draw against Galway United ensured Bohemians were denied the title last season so Dalymount Park will not be the most welcoming venue for Sean Connor’s team tomorrow night.
Throughout the years Galway United have encountered plenty of bother at Oriel Park, but tomorrow Sean Connor’s side will be eager to take some kind of result from the trip to Louth.
The last few weeks of the League of Ireland season is precisely the time to deliver results and that is what Galway United must do, starting at Terryland Park on Saturday (6.30pm) when UCD visit the Dyke Road venue.
Having climbed into a healthy position, Galway United will be hoping to commence the last series of league matches by delivering a decent result when St Patrick’s Athletic visit Terryland Park tomorrow.
Encouraged by a morale-boosting away success over UCD, Galway United return to Terryland Park action tomorrow when Sporting Fingal visit the west.