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United face The Blues this Friday

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Galway United renew old rivalries tomorrow night with another important game against Waterford FC at the Regional Sports Centre.

Monday blues for United v Bohs

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The new season is only eight games old, but it can already be neatly split into two categories. Against the Dublin teams, Galway United have lost four from four. Against the rest, they are unbeaten with ten points to show for their considerable efforts.

United to face table-toppers Waterford

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Galway United’s Premier Division campaign roared into life last Friday with a thundering performance in Oriel Park. The positive result was brought about through brilliant goals from wingers Ed McCarthy and Aodh Dervin.

Disappointment for United on Premier Division return

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Galway United’s return to the Premier Division had loomed large in the collective imagination for fans but it was not a night that will live long in the collective memory. Despite a spirited performance, the air of anti-climax was hard to dispel.

United provide successful connection between team, management and fans

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On the sultry Saturday afternoon Galway United exited the FAI Cup, John Caulfield spotted a distraught and distressed young fan not yet fully versed in the harsh reality of the domestic game. Tears flowed, the pain of defeat hitting hard.

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.

Dundalk's visit will test United's credentials

Big nights under the lights are coming back to Terryland. After six seasons in the doldrums, Galway United have cut through the first division with ruthless efficiency.

United keep promotion in sight with nervy win over Kerry

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Galway United edged out a determined Kerry FC side to maintain their lead at the top of the First Division on a nervy night in Eamonn Deacy Park last Friday.

United on song in second half to maintain promotion push

A second-half flurry of goals allowed Galway United to extend their commanding lead at the top of the first division to 13 points as they ruthlessly dispatched Longford Town in Eamonn Deacy Park on Friday night by 4-0.

Front-foot United add another win in Ferrycarrig

A goal directly from a corner and one from a quickly-taken free-kick ensured Galway United took all three points with a 2-0 victory from Ferrycarrig Park last Friday.

 

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