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Mountain South planning application submitted

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Throughout the past few decades there has been one enduring problem for Galway United: facilities.

Glynn delighted with return of national underage leagues

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The national underage leagues commence this weekend with Galway United head of academy Johnny Glynn simply delighted that competitive action will resume.

Brett remains passionate about the domestic game

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“Players have always gone up and down that road between Athlone and Galway,” Gordon Brett says on an icy night in the midlands.

Popular Nugent embarking on London adventure

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On January 10 Galway United’s players and coaching staff reported for pre-season training in Drom. There was one notable absentee with Maurice Nugent embarking on a new journey to work in London.

Disappointing defeat ends United’s promotion hopes

With a sold out Eamonn Deacy Park crowd providing the backdrop, Galway United’s SSE Airtricity League season was terminated by a gorgeous Brandon Kavanagh goal for Bray Wanderers on Sunday.

Disappointing defeat for United ends promotion hopes

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With a sold out Eamonn Deacy Park crowd providing the backdrop, Galway United’s SSE Airtricity League season was terminated by a gorgeous Brandon Kavanagh goal for Bray Wanderers on Sunday.

Traynor and Murphy relishing coaching roles

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Familiar faces at games at every level throughout the county, Gary Traynor and Jason Murphy are delighted to be involved with an accomplished Galway United U14 outfit alongside head coach Xavi Vazquez.

New underage approach being adopted Corribside

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“It is a very positive development for all aspects of the game in Galway,” Seán McGlynn says about the collaboration agreed between Galway United and the Galway Football Association.

Glynn and Trill adamant more western talent should be included in Irish squads

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Galway United head of academy Johnny Glynn and Galway WFC youth development manager Phil Trill believe more young players from the region should receive international recognition.

United boss Caulfield hopeful following dramatic win

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Another important SSE Airtricity League first division encounter is on the agenda for Galway United, who host Cabinteely at Eamonn Deacy Park with manager John Caulfield encouraged.

 

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