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Galway FC, which is making an Airtricity licence application for the 2014 domestic season, has appointed Tommy Dunne as manager.
Galway FC has confirmed that it will make a licence application to compete in the 2014 Airtricity League of Ireland season.
Despite producing a fine display in the first instalment, Mervue United will bring only a one goal advantage to City Calling Stadium for tomorrow's second leg Airtricity League promotion play-off with Longford Town.
Mervue United's Airtricity League adventure continues tomorrow when Johnny Glynn's side host Longford Town in the first leg of an interesting promotion play-off at Fahy's Field
Mervue United make the long trek to Ferrycarrig Park for a clash with Wexford Youths tomorrow aware that an away win might just be enough to earn them an Airtricity League first division promotion play-off.
Four wins on the trot ensure Mervue United have a live chance of claiming an Airtricity League first division play/off place.
Buoyed by a fine away win in Ballybofey, Mervue United now face a season-defining encounter with Longford Town at Fahy's Field tomorrow.
Following a break for FAI Cup action the Airtricity League first division resumes tomorrow with both Galway teams facing tricky contests.
The news that came out way last night that compromise has been reached in the ongoing campaign to have a single unified team representing Galway city and county in League of Ireland football is to be welcomed. Although, as is the case with most compromises, the solution is not ideal for all parties who may have had to budge from their original positions, it is good news for the football fan who has missed the fortnightly trips to Eamonn Deacy Park.
Galway FC should be ready for Eamonn Deacy Park action in 2014 as the newly formed club will make a licence application to play in the Airtricity League next season.