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Keith Curle emotional as Carlisle spell ends with draw against Newport

Posted Sunday, May 06, 2018 by PA28 hits

Keith Curle admitted it was an emotional last day as Carlisle manager as his time in charge at Brunton Park ended witha  1-1 draw against Newport.Curle made the decision to move on after three-and-a-half years in charge to find new challenges.Mike Ellis’ early header looked like making it a winning finale for his manager, but Newport hit back before half-time with a goal from Padriag ...Full Story »

Newport hold Carlisle to draw in Keith Curle’s last game as manager

Posted Sunday, May 06, 2018 by PA7 hits

Carlisle were unable to hand manager Keith Curle a win to mark his final game in charge of the Cumbrians as they were held to a 1-1 draw by Newport.Curle announced last month he was leaving the club after three-and-a-half years at the helm.Newport fought back after conceding an early Mark Ellis goal to equalise with Padriag Amond’s 15th goal of the season.However, with both sides outside o...Full Story »

Curle ready for Carlisle swansong

Posted Thursday, May 03, 2018 by PA27 hits

Keith Curle will take charge of Carlisle for the final time when Newport visit Brunton Park.Curle has been in charge since 2014 but will depart at the end of the season, while first-choice defenders Clint Hill and Mark Ellis are among those with expiring contracts.Richie Bennett and Hallam Hope impressed from the bench in last weekend’s win at Port Vale and could be promoted in the manager...Full Story »

Keith Curle believes Carlisle deserved their comeback win against Port Vale

Posted Sunday, April 29, 2018 by PA15 hits

Keith Curle was delighted his Carlisle side secured victory in the first game after he announced he is set to leave the club.Carlisle came from behind to beat 10-man Port Vale 2-1 in Curle’s penultimate game as manager.Curle, who is leaving the club at the end of the season, saw second-half strikes from Ashley Nadesan and Hallam Hope cancel out Dior Angus’ opener.“It was import...Full Story »

Carlisle secure comeback win at Port Vale

Posted Sunday, April 29, 2018 by PA8 hits

Carlisle came from behind to secure a 2-1 victory at Port Vale in Keith Curle’s penultimate game as manager.Curle, who is leaving the club at the end of the season, saw second-half strikes from Ashley Nadesan and Hallam Hope cancel out Dior Angus’ opener.After a slow start, Vale debutant Angus tapped in from a couple of yards out in the 34th minute after an initial effort was pa...Full Story »

Luton secure promotion with point at Carlisle

Posted Sunday, April 22, 2018 by PA13 hits

A 1-1 draw with Carlisle was sufficient to clinch promotion for Luton, sparking wild celebrations amongst their 1,404 travelling fans at Brunton Park.The Cumbrians had threatened to spoil the party when they took an early lead through a Danny Grainger penalty, but Olly Lee snatched the vital equaliser for Luton in the second half.Carlisle started brightly and Hatters goalkeeper James Shea dealt ...Full Story »

Kelvin Etuhu to be assessed ahead of Carlisle clash with Luton

Posted Friday, April 20, 2018 by PA38 hits

Carlisle will check on Kelvin Etuhu prior to their home game with Luton.The midfielder has been out since February but returned to training last weekend so could be back in Keith Curle’s fold.Nicky Adams (knee) and Jason Kennedy (pelvis) are long-term absentees who will not play again this season.The U’s are six points off the play-off places with just three games remaining.Luton wil...Full Story »

Jim Bentley happy with Carlisle draw as Morecambe edge towards safety

Posted Sunday, April 15, 2018 by PA37 hits

Morecambe manager Jim Bentley was the happier of the tow bosses after seeing his side earn a 1-1 draw against Carlisle at the Globe Arena.While the point boosts Morecambe’s Sky Bet League Two survival hopes, Carlisle needed victory to maintain any serious play-off aspirations.Jamie Devitt gave Carlisle the lead from a superb free-kick against his former club but the hosts drew level on the...Full Story »

Callum Lang earns Morecambe a point to dent Carlisle’s play-off hopes

Posted Sunday, April 15, 2018 by PA18 hits

Morecambe picked up their 17th draw of the season with a 1-1 draw against Carlisle at the Globe Arena.Jim Bentley’s side had to come from behind to seal a point after Jamie Devitt’s superb free-kick looked set to boost Carlisle’s fading play-off hopes.The former Morecambe player gave Carlisle the lead after a piece of magic when he took the set-piece from 20 yards out and curle...Full Story »

Alex Kenyon likely to start when Morecambe take on Carlisle

Posted Friday, April 13, 2018 by PA35 hits

Alex Kenyon is likely to start when Morecambe play Carlisle.The 25-year-old was taken off at the break as Morecambe drew 2-2 against Chesterfield in midweek but he is set to be available.Morecambe sit in 20th position going into this fixture, just three points away from the relegation zone.Andy Fleming, Gregg Wylde and Vadaine Oliver are all vying for starting berths after stepping off...Full Story »

Keith Curle wants Carlisle to show more going forward

Posted Sunday, April 08, 2018 by PA32 hits

Carlisle manager Keith Curle wants his team to be more creative in the final third following his side’s 0-0 draw at Swindon.United were under the pressure for most of the game, but held on for a point courtesy of some impressive defending and a string of top saves by on-loan Watford man Jack Bonham.And Curle admitted that he wants his strikers to show the same composure that his defenders ...Full Story »

Swindon’s play-off hopes hit by home draw with Carlisle

Posted Sunday, April 08, 2018 by PA24 hits

Swindon’s Sky Bet League Two play-off hopes took a dent after they failed to find a way past Carlisle and were held to a goalless draw at the County Ground.The home side were looking to end their run of two consecutive draws as they look to climb back into the play-off spots with the hope of an immediate return to League One.The Robins’ Marc Richards had the best chance of the game b...Full Story »

Luke Norris ruled out of Carlisle clash

Posted Friday, April 06, 2018 by PA44 hits

Swindon will be without leading scorer Luke Norris when they host fellow play-off hopefuls Carlisle.The 14-goal striker was forced off with a shoulder injury early on in the draw at Crawley and may need an operation, although any potential surgery could be delayed while Town pursue promotion.Paul Mullin, who replaced Norris on Monday, or Marc Richards will come into the team on Saturday.Defender...Full Story »

Lincoln boss Cowley praises referee over rescinding penalty in win at Carlisle

Posted Tuesday, April 03, 2018 by PA27 hits

Lincoln manager Danny Cowley was full of praise for referee Robert Lewis for being prepared to reverse a penalty decision in the 1-0 victory at Carlisle.Matt Green scored the only goal of the game just before the interval but a moment of contention arose in the second half when Lewis pointed to the spot for an apparent handball by a Lincoln player.However, after consulting with his linesman, Lew...Full Story »

Lincoln boost play-off hopes at Carlisle’s expense

Posted Tuesday, April 03, 2018 by PA20 hits

Lincoln boosted their hopes of securing a Sky Bet League Two play-off place at the expense of 10-man Carlisle with a 1-0 victory at Brunton Park.Matt Green’s 16th goal of the season ended Carlisle’s eight-game unbeaten run although the Cumbrians may feel hard done by after referee Robert Lewis awarded and then rescinded a second-half penalty.The Imps move up to fifth in the standings...Full Story »

Carlisle to check on Jamal Campbell-Ryce ahead of Lincoln clash

Posted Sunday, April 01, 2018 by PA39 hits

Carlisle will monitor the fitness of winger Jamal Campbell-Ryce ahead of the home clash with Lincoln.Campbell-Ryce was expected to be involved in Good Friday’s game at Cheltenham after recovering from a calf injury but he did not make the bench.Reggie Lambe will hope to feature more prominently having returned unscathed from international duty only to come on for the closing moments of the...Full Story »

Carlisle edge out Cheltenham at Whaddon Road

Posted Saturday, March 31, 2018 by PA24 hits

Jamie Devitt’s second-half penalty was enough to earn in-form Carlisle a battling 1-0 win at Cheltenham.The result keeps the Cumbrian’s play-off hopes alive as they made it eight matches without defeat.Cheltenham looked the more likely winners for long spells at a wet Whaddon Road, but Carlisle’s backline stood firm.And in the 73rd minute, substitute Hallam Hope was brought dow...Full Story »

Curle pleased to see plans pay off as Carlisle continue hunt for play-off spot

Posted Saturday, March 31, 2018 by PA34 hits

Carlisle boss Keith Curle felt his side executed their game-plan perfectly in a battling 1-0 win over Cheltenham. Jamie Devitt’s second-half penalty was enough to separate the sides at Whaddon Road and extend Carlisle’s unbeaten run to eight matches.The result kept the Cumbrians’ play-off hopes alive, moving them to within four points of the top seven with six matches left.&ldq...Full Story »

Carlisle pegged back by Cambridge

Posted Sunday, March 25, 2018 by PA29 hits

Carlisle extended their unbeaten run to seven games but it was a case of two points lost as a 1-1 draw with Cambridge did little for their play-off hopes.Richie Bennett gave the Cumbrians the lead, only for George Maris to strike straight back for the Us as the game came alive in the second half.Carlisle looked the more dangerous attacking team in the early stages, with Hallam Hope and Jamie Dev...Full Story »

Jamal Campbell-Ryce set for Carlisle return

Posted Friday, March 23, 2018 by PA34 hits

Carlisle are hoping to have Jamal Campbell-Ryce available for their League Two clash with Cambridge.The experienced winger has missed the last two matches with a calf injury but returned to training last week and is expected to be added to the squad.Carlisle will, though, be without both Reggie Lambe and Kris Twardek, who are away with their national teams. Lambe is on duty with Bermuda while Tw...Full Story »

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