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Galway United has received a much-needed financial boost from new sponsor Pat McDonagh and Papa John’s Pizza.
Two victories on the spin ensure Galway United will enter next Tuesday’s crucial clash with Drogheda United at Terryland Park heartened.
Galway United and sponor Pat McDonagh of Papa John’s have devised a unqiue way of ensuring United players connect with their fans.
It has been a somewhat depressing period over the past few weeks for followers of the Tribesmen, broken only by the performance of the city’s rowers in international competition and the selection of Paul and Olive Hession for the World Championships, (and only temporarily postponed for The Green and Red until the inevitible mauling by Kerry).
A place in the quarter-finals of the FAI Cup is the significant bounty for the winners of tomorrow’s Terryland Park clash between Galway United and Longford Town.
Having suffered a disappointing FAI Cup exit, Galway United will be especially eager to deliver an improved performance at Dalymount Park tomorrow against champions Bohemians.
Since returning to the top flight Galway United have enjoyed many productive outings against St Patrick’s Athletic and tomorrow’s Terryland Park clash provides the locals with an opportunity to record a fifth straight win over the Dubliners.
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.
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.
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.