Carlisle United news
Carlisle manager Greg Abbott wants to get fans back through the turnstiles at Brunton Park next season after signing his new contract.
Carlisle manager Greg Abbott, assistant Graham Kavanagh and first-team coach Tony Caig have agreed new one-year deals with the club.
Carlisle boss Greg Abbott hopes he and his coaching team will be in a position to put pen to paper on their new contracts "very soon".
Carlisle youngster Alex Salmon has penned a maiden professional contract at Brunton Park.
Carlisle managing director John Nixon expects his management team of Greg Abbott, Graham Kavanagh and Tony Caig to sign their new contract offers shortly.
Carlisle boss Greg Abbott has prioritised finding quick players to join the club in the summer.
Carlisle have released seven first-team players, including long-serving defender Peter Murphy.
Carlisle manager Greg Abbott admitted his players had ended the season in disappointing fashion following a 2-0 home defeat to Colchester.
Colchester guaranteed their npower League One survival with two second-half goals in a six-minute spell to win 2-0 at Carlisle.
Carlisle pair Paul Thirlwell and Frank Simek could both return to contention for the home game against Colchester.
James Berrett reckons Bournemouth fans' promotion celebrations at the weekend can spur Carlisle on to a better showing.
Greg Abbott was pleased with Carlisle's performance as they went down 3-1 at Bournemouth, who clinched automatic promotion.
Brett Pitman scored in his eighth successive game to edge Bournemouth a step closer to the brink of the npower Championship.
Carlisle striker Mathieu Manset is hoping to make his first start for the club at Bournemouth.
Carlisle boss Greg Abbott admits he has spoken to Lee Miller about a contract extension as the striker prepares to decide his future.
Carlisle will be without midfielder Paul Thirlwell for the home clash with Preston.
Carlisle manager Greg Abbott was delighted with his side after they chalked up a shock 2-0 win at league leaders Doncaster.
Liam Noble bagged a brace as Carlisle claimed a shock 2-0 win at leaders Doncaster.
Carlisle will be boosted by the return from suspension of defender Sean O'Hanlon for the away game at Doncaster.
Manager Greg Abbott paid tribute to his goalkeeper after Carlisle held on for a 2-1 victory at Oldham.
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