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Mervue keen to continue stylish win when Wexford visit

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Things can change quickly in the Airtricity League of Ireland first division and Mervue United will be hoping to record another victory when Wexford Youths visit Fahy's Field tomorrow night.

Tickets on sale now for Eamonn Deacy Match

Tickets for the Eamonn Deacy Testimonial on Saturday, August 18, are now on sale from Galway United Supporters Trust members, from the GUST office at Terryland Park, O'Brien’s Newsagents, William Street, Galway, and from ticket outlets around the city and county.

Crunch time for Galway soccer

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Extensive talks involving the majority of stakeholders in Galway football over the past few days with a negotiator chosen by the FAI means the next few weeks promise to be revealing.

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.

Hopes dwindle for United next season

Galway United are unlikely to have any representation in the Airtricity League in 2012 following a meeting with FAI officials at Terryland Park last Friday.

Fundraising album to be released to raise funds for GUST

Established and emerging Galway talents from the fields of pop, folk, and indie-rock have donated songs to a new album to raise funds for the Galway United Supporters Trust.

Supermac’s boss adds weight to GUST application

Galway businessman and sponsor Pat McDonagh of Supermac’s is throwing his weight behind the newly-formed Galway United.

2012 — a spaced-out odyssey?

There is no doubt that 2012 will be hard pressed to be half as interesting as 2011, but taking a look into my crystal ball, I can see some fascinating developemnts in the months ahead.

Crisis meeting for Galway United

Problems are mounting at Terryland Park, both on and off the pitch. Fifteen successive league defeats have left the club marooned at the foot of the table and a seemingly constant haemorrhaging of its best players means it is difficult to envisage an imminent resurrection.

Connor still looking to boost his squad

Even though the League of Ireland season is barely a month old, Galway United’s encounter tomorrow with Drogheda United carries deep importance.


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