GALWAY UNITED have poked fun at Waterford after the Irish team accused an unnamed club of SPYING on their training session.
Waterford claim they booted a spy out of their training ground on Thursday.
Danny Searle’s Blues were preparing for Friday's clash Galway United at the RSC.
But according to Waterford, a member of staff from another League of Ireland club was secretly filming their session.
Waterford said in a statement: “We are disappointed to have discovered the 'Opposition Analyst' of a certain club hiding filming our training session today.
“Needless to say he was removed and the incident will be reported to the FAI.”
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Galway, not named as the accused club, saw the funny side, releasing a team line-up graphic with one of their players wearing spy goggles.
One fan responded, saying: "Genius."
First Division rivals Longford Town responded with a popcorn eating GIF.
Waterford went on to lose the crunch League of Ireland First Division clash with Galway.
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American Vincent Russell Borden scored the only goal of the game in the first half to put Galway top of the table.
Before kick-off, Waterford were favourites to win the First Division and secure promotion back to the Premier Division.
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