Galway United “have belief” says Cawley

Galway United midfielder David Cawley

A spectacular goal five minutes from time by midfielder David Cawley rescued a badly needed point for Galway United and their manager Shane Keegan in the Markets Field on Friday night. 
Cawley’s goal cancelled out Robbie Williams first half header as both sides had to settle for a point.

One thing this Galway side don’t lack is fighting spirit, as they’ve only lost one of their last seven matches, and that was a 1-0 loss to Bray Wanderers.

We caught up with goalscorer Cawley after the game. He said, “Thought limerick bossed the first half and when we went in at half time the manager tweaked a couple of things and we were a different side second half, thought we deserved a point which we would have taken going into the game.”

Here is that strike from Cawley;

We also asked him about his wonder-strike, “My goal came from a limerick defender heading clear a cross, I picked it up about 25/30 yards out, got it out of my feet and hit it well. I’m delighted it went in.”

Here’s a short synopsis of the game followed by after-match interviews by the Galway Soccer Show;

He said the players are very determined to get themselves out of their current predicament saying, “We have belief in the dressing room because we know we have good enough players. We do believe we can turn it around and think we just need to get a couple wins.”

Photo Credit: Conor Wyse