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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.
It has been an encouraging start to the League of Ireland season for Mervue United in many different ways and tomorrow night at Fahy’s Field Johnny Glynn’s team will face another tough encounter with Limerick FC.
Despite suffering three defeats in a row, Salthill Devon have been slightly unfortunate in those games and they will travel to Ballybofey for a clash with Finn Harps tomorrow intent on avoiding another loss.
Even though the League of Ireland season is barely a month old, Galway United’s encounter tomorrow with Drogheda United carries deep importance.
The early weeks of the Airtricity League first division season have confirmed the suspicion that Mervue United have made progress and Johnny Glynn’s side will be eager to build on their satisfying start at Ferrycarrig Park against Wexford Youths tomorrow.
A strange week for Galway - ranging from the delight of another Dalymount Park success over Bohemians to the despair of a humiliating EA Sports Cup exit to Cockhill Celtic - concludes tomorrow when Sligo Rovers visit the banks of the Corrib for a crucial Connacht derby.
Although there has been plenty to enthuse about in the spirited manner Galway United have competed in the opening fortnight of the League of Ireland season, there is no denying the stark reality that points need to be registered soon. Tomorrow’s Terryland Park encounter with UCD provides an opportunity to open the account.
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).
Galway United’s premier division status hangs by a thread with the FAI set to make a crucial appeal decision on whether the western club will be granted a top flight tomorrow (Friday).
Former Galway United star Jason Molloy will return to his former club Mervue United for the coming season.