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New collaborative approach with underage squads

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The Galway Football Association has agreed to collaborate with Galway United.

Herrick still heading in the right direction

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Mark Herrick’s passion for the Galway United cause endures. Part of John Caulfield’s able backroom team since the summer, Herrick is delighted to be involved in the SSE Airtricity League again,

Molloy impressing for Devon

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Timmy Molloy is happy to be back where his football journey began. As a particularly exciting Galway FA premier division season continues to unfold Molloy’s midfield craft has been a key feature for Salthill Devon.

Caulfield eager to protect United

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“My job as manager of the club is that we represent the club well and to protect our club at all times,” Galway United boss John Caulfield says.

Daly still passionate about the Galway game

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The highly regarded David Daly continues to serve the Galway game with distinction. As a player, coach, and referee Daly has thoroughly enjoyed being involved at all levels of football.

Rogers transformed into the ultimate Galwegian

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In January 1987 Derek Rogers moved from the capital to play for Galway United. Rogers has lived in the west of Ireland ever since, becoming more of a Galwegian than the locals themselves.

Sullivan travels back to the west with DLR Waves

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John Sullivan’s stint with Galway United was brief, but a lasting impression was made. From the first game of the 2016 season when United enjoyed a rare come from behind victory in the capital against St Patrick’s Athletic Sullivan cemented his status as a leader in the team.

Girls academy set to be established in Galway

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An academy structure involving Galway WFC and the Galway FA is set to be established soon.

Moran family making a vital contribution to Galway football

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It all started in the old Lisheen Bar: that is how League of Ireland football eventually came to Galway in the 1970s.

Ollie Neary still making a mark

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Ultimately, sport is as much about memories as medals. Ollie Neary was lucky enough to enjoy success with Mervue and Galway United, but reflecting back on his career it is the friendships and relationships that count.

 

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