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Last weekend was particularly busy for Galway United with two matches and a managerial change as the club's horrific 24-match losing streak finally ended.
Galway United, short on confidence following six defeats on the spin, will be hoping to arrest their slide when Bohemians visit Terryland Park tomorrow evening.
Even though the League of Ireland season is barely a month old, Galway United’s encounter tomorrow with Drogheda United carries deep importance.
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.
It has been a strange League of Ireland season and Galway United will hope to conclude the campaign by registering two victories in the next week to preserve their top-flight status.
The last month of the League of Ireland season is usually packed with significant matches for Galway United and that is exactly the case again this year as Sean Connor’s charges face a crucial contest at Oriel Park tomorrow against Dundalk.
Defiance is always needed in domestic football and Galway United will head to Tallaght for tomorrow night’s FAI Cup quarter-final intent on replicating the courage and commitment shown at Terryland Park on Monday.
The next crucial encounter in Galway United’s dramatic season occurs at the Carlisle Grounds tomorrow night against Bray Wanderers.
It promises to be an interesting FAI Cup encounter at Terryland Park tomorrow (7.45pm) when Galway United host Salthill Devon.
Heartened by last Friday's smashing 2 - 0 success over champions Bohemians, Galway United will be hoping to add further points to their account tomorrow when Drogheda United visit Terryland Park.