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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.

As United get ready for Underdogs finale, successful Trill offered two more years at helm

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by Declan Varley

Trill is proud of his pioneering women despite loss

Galway United Women produced a brave effort in Eamonn Deacy Park on Saturday in their inaugural competitive fixture when losing 1-0 to a highly fancied Wexford Youths side, and next up is a visit to Turner's Cross for Saturday's clash with with Cork City (5pm).

Galway United manager Trill wants us all behind club’s new women’s teams

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Pobal, peil agus paisean was recently adopted as a club motto by Galway United. It may have found its embodiment in newly appointed women’s first team manager Phil Trill.

Galway Bohemians making impressive progress

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One of the great stories in local football is that Galway Bohemians are becoming relevant again.

Trill hails character of classy U19 team

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"It has been an amazing week, to have three fixtures in such a short space of time, to win them all was really important for us," Galway WFC U19 manager Phil Trill says.

Trill remains eager to develop talent

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“It is a credit to the staff that we have at this club, that they are really harnessing a culture of positive and competitive development,” Galway WFC youth development manager Phil Trill says.

Trill worried about incidents and racism

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“I'm beyond slightly concerned, I'm getting to a stage now where I'm confident we are going to have a major incident at a match, I'm confident there is going to be a serious assault or someone is going to get very seriously injured,” Tom Trill, chairman of the Galway Football Association says about some worrying trends he has noticed at local fixtures since the junior and juvenile season commenced in September.

New collaborative approach with underage squads

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The Galway Football Association has agreed to collaborate with Galway United.

Trill happy to be developing talent

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Galway WFC U19 manager Phil Trill is delighted that a promising collection of players has reached a national cup final.

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