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With the commencement of the SSE Airtricity League First Division campaign drifting closer, Athlone Town continued their pre-season preparations when playing out a scoreless draw with Bohemians at Dalymount Park on Sunday afternoon.
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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.
Galway United head for Dalymount Park tomorrow evening charged with the task of bringing an end to the club's longest sequence of defeats.
With confidence dwindling, relegation pressure mounting, and the list of defeats increasing, the timing of tomorrow's trip to Tallaght Stadium for a clash with champions Shamrock Rovers could not be worse as Galway United seek to climb off the bottom of the League of Ireland premier division table.
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).
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.
Galway United, having succeeded in its appeal to retain premiership soccer status, will now hold its pre-season launch on Saturday at Elverys Sports, Headford Road, Galway (12.30pm).