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Terryland fans’ positivity for Derry

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On paper, Galway United have a tough task tomorrow, Friday, May 3, when they host one of the pre-season favourites for the league title: Derry City.

Trill calls on Maroon Army support

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Determined to extend their perfect start to the season, manager Phil Trill has demanded home support for Galway United Women against Bohemians. The game is this Saturday, April 13 at 5pm in Eamonn Deacy Park.

Galway United are at a crossroads – it’s time for an attacking shakeup

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Winless and goalless in their last three league games, the adrenaline wave of a return to the top-flight has worn off for Galway United. John Caulfield's side have established themselves as one of the toughest defences to face this season. However, in terms of attacking, United leave a lot to be desired. It could be the perfect moment for a reshuffle in attack for Caulfield.

United host perennial champions Shamrock Rovers

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The RTÉ cameras will be trained on Eamonn Deacy Park tomorrow night as Galway United entertain five-in-a-row chasing champions Shamrock Rovers.

Galway United’s campaign thunders into life as they kick Dundalk to the curb

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Galway United announced themselves onto the Premier Division stage with a 2-0 away win at Dundalk last Friday night. United put on a resolute, but ruthless display as they penetrated Dundalk’s high line with class and incisiveness. Goals from Ed McCarthy and Aodh Dervin secured a victory that leaves John Caulfield’s side in fifth place, just one point off league leaders Waterford, who they play next at Eamonn Deacy Park.

Trill’s ambition is to build on the success of last season

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There are still nine weeks before the SSE Airtricity Women’s Premier Division kicks off. Yet Galway United Women’s manager Phil Trill is already focused on improving on a historic season.

One last challenge for United in title-winning season

Galway United close their season tomorrow night in Eamonn Deacy Park when they host Wexford FC (7.45pm). Whatever the score, the season will end in triumph.

All roads lead to Eamonn Deacy Park as United face Bohs in cup semi-final

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When kick-off finally comes on Saturday afternoon, Galway United could be as little as 90 minutes away from the Aviva Stadium.

Athlone Town slump to heavy league loss as Galway United show league winning form

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