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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.
By Cian O’Connell
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).
These are worrying times for Galway United, who have suffered seven agonising defeats on the trot, and Saturday’s trip up the N17 to face Sligo Rovers will be another significant challenge.
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.
From an early stage of the season it was apparent Galway United’s threadbare squad would struggle to cope with any injury enforced absentees, and that is proving to be the case as Sean Connor’s team prepare to host Dundalk at Terryland Park tomorrow evening.
Any time Shamrock Rovers visit the west is interesting, but tomorrow’s Terryland Park encounter is particularly important for Galway United ( 7.35pm).
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.
As crucial games continue to arrive thick and fast, Galway United will be hoping to eke out some kind of result when Derry City visit Terryland Park tomorrow evening (7.45pm).
Even though the League of Ireland season is barely a month old, Galway United’s encounter tomorrow with Drogheda United carries deep importance.