Team News: Saints V Galway

  • Thu, Mar 04, 2010 @ 14:38

St Pat's will look to build on their impressive 1-1 draw with Linfield in the Setanta Cup when they kick off their season in the newly named Airtricity League against Galway United on Friday.


Recent League Results

18/09/09 - Galway United 2 - St Patrick's Athletic 1
10/07/09 - St Patrick's Athletic 1 - Galway United 2
01/05/09 - Galway United 2 - St Patrick's Athletic 1
06/03/09 - St Patrick's Athletic 0 - Galway United 3

Team News

With the exception of Noel Haverty the Saints have a fully fit squad to choose from. Haverty is recovering from a recent hamstring injury and while the young defender was back training this week he is unlikely to feature.

Manager's Quote

“Losing four times to Galway was especially difficult for everyone at the club to take last season and it would be great to get off to a winning start and put those matches behind us.

Pre-season has gone very well, I am very happy with the work ethic and team spirit that's been shown and we'll be looking for more of that tomorrow night.
We're in for a hectic start with five competitive games in just over two weeks but I'd rather be playing matches than training.

Sean Connors' teams are always hard to break down and while Galway, just like all teams, are working off greatly reduced budgets this year they still have some very experienced players in their squad with the likes of Eoin Heary, Barry Ryan, Jamie McKenzie and Bobby Ryan”. - John Gill, Assistant Manager, St Pat's.

Other

A new family stand section will be in operation in Richmond Park for the new season beginning with tomorrow night's game.



Next Fixture

Cork City / October 20th @ 7:45pm
Competition: League
Venue: Richmond Park

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Pos Team Pld Pts
1Cork City3072
2Dundalk3166
3Shamrock Rovers3151
4Derry City3049
5Bray Wanderers3143
6Bohemian FC3141
7Limerick3139
8St. Patrick's Athletic3135
9Sligo Rovers3135
10Galway United FC3134
11Finn Harps3130
12Drogheda United3118