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Galway FC shows what can be done with togetherness

Sometimes a feeling abounds that Galway does not punch the weight it should, that there is something amiss, divisive, unhealthy even, that eats at the heart of every concerted effort to make this city better. It is not a begrudgery. It is something more than that. A sort of reticence in the drive to improve things, to make Galway a city like all the others. There are many reasons for this. There are many objections to key infrastructural advancements, but this in itself is not solely a bad thing. It is an opinionated city, though often the balance of opinion lies with those who pose an alternative view, based on the perception of the world, rather than on how it is viewed or needed locally.

Remembering Tommy Keane

Diarmuid Neachtain, Spiddal:

City’s football family turns out to bid farewell to cup final hero

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Hundreds of football fans wearing club colours turned out in the city yesterday afternoon at the funeral of former Galway United footballer Tommy Keane who died suddenly last weekend.

City’s football family turns out to bid farewell to cup final hero

Hundreds of football fans wearing club colours turned out in the city yesterday afternoon at the funeral of former Galway United footballer Tommy Keane who died suddenly last weekend.

Let the light in, as the days get longer

At the start of this year, we knew that Galway would for a short while anyway, attract the eyes of the world; that the name of the city would feature across the pages of the top newspapers, that it might just grab a few minutes at obscure hours for sports-mad insomniacs. We knew that the city would be the location for an event that would make headlines — up until November, we thought that this would be the Volvo Ocean Race, but it was not to be.

We might need two keepers says local chief ahead of Deacy testimonial game against Villa’s stars

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When the Aston Villa Legends face West United - the club at which the late Eamonn Chick Deacy began and ended his soccer career, they can expect “hard tackling” and “tough and fearless” opposition, warns its manager William Grant.

His light will never go out

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Eamonn Deacy's light will never go out. Craving the game rather than the glory, Eamonn is above cringing at the thought of an Aston Villa selection coming to Terryland Park for a celebration of his rich contribution to all things Galway.

NUIG to offer scholarship in memory of late Eamonn Deacy

The memory of the late Eamonn ‘Chick’ Deacy is to be kept alive with a new full soccer scholarship at NUI Galway. The first recipient will be named in time for the 2012/13 academic year, which begins in September.

Celebration for Chick to be launched on Monday

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A concert, golf am-am and testimonial soccer match will form part of a series of events to celebrate Galway soccer legend, the late Eamonn Deacy.

One City, One County, One Club — GUST vows to strive for their goal

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It has been a difficult week for many League of Ireland supporters in Galway and the west of Ireland, with the realisation that for a lot of us there will no longer be a team to support at Terryland Park. Since 1977, a team representing everyone in Galway has played at the Dyke Road venue.

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