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GALWAY UNITED: “I Asked Them To Give It Their All” – Alan Murphy

Alan Murphy’s reign as Galway United manager began with a comprehensive victory in Eamonn Deacy Park on Friday night (6th July) as they repeated their 4-1 result from the opening day of the season against Athlone Town. 

Goals from Conor Barry, Carlton Ubaezuonu, Eoin McCormack and Ronan Manning secured them a first win in a nine-race charge as they try and redeem their season and get into the ‘top four’ play-offs.

Murphy was pleased to begin his tenure with a win before two difficult away trips to Cobh Ramblers (Saturday, 14th July) and UCD (Friday, 20th July) in what could determine the club’s 2018 fate.

Afterwards, he spoke to Galway United’s official SoundCloud channel which can be found by clicking this sentence. 

Galway United take on Cobh Ramblers in the 2018 SSE Airtricity League First Division on Saturday, 14th July.  Kick-off in St. Colman’s Park, Macroom is 7.45pm.

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