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Despite suffering an inevitable relegation, Galway United have already commenced the rebuilding process, yesterday unveiling Jumbo Brennan as the club's manager.
As Galway United have no further interest in the FAI Cup this weekend. there is no competitive fixture scheduled for Sean Connor's team, which took some plaudits from Sunday's thrilling tussle with champions Shamrock Rovers.
It has been a truly miserable campaign for Galway United packed with comprehensive defeats and unfortunately another extremely tricky test awaits on Sunday evening when champions Shamrock Rovers visit Terryland Park.
There is rarely a dull moment at Galway United and tomorrow's trip to the Carlisle Grounds for a clash with Bray Wanderers provides an ideal opportunity to end a wretched losing streak that now stands at 20 matches in all competitions.
League of Ireland football resumes following a fortnight's break and Galway United's Terryland Park collision with Derry City carries huge significance for Sean Connor's charges. Terminating the club's unwanted record for the number of consecutive defeats, currently standing at 19 is the mission, but it will be awkward against a capable Derry side. The Candystripes, always eager to pass and probe, are one of the Division's most attractive outfits so Galway will need to be willing and able from the first whistle.
Galway United continue to face uncertain and difficult times as the list of consecutive defeats mount and problems off the park grow.
Galway United head into the final game tomorrow evening before the League Of Ireland's seasonal break charged with the task of taking a dividend from the side immediately above then on the premier league table when the team travels to Drogheda.
Galway United head for Dalymount Park tomorrow evening charged with the task of bringing an end to the club's longest sequence of defeats.
Galway United host UCD in Terryland Park tomorrow evening as the club seeks to end its bleakest losing run.
Though the performance levels have improved slightly, the stark current reality is that Galway United are at their lowest ebb for a decade.