Carlisle United Boss Glad For New Young Signings 

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By , February 18, 2021 4:35 am

Carlisle United boss Chris Beech has revealed just how excited he is that the club have finally secured the signings of young talented players Morgan Feeney and Cedwyn Scott. The two players recently signed permanent deals with the club that confirms the club’s ambition of being solely interested in the signing of young players alone.


They have both taken different career routes but have found themselves at Carlisle, a home where pure talents like them are welcomed and also breeder for more productivity and realization of future potentials. Continue reading 'Carlisle United Boss Glad For New Young Signings '»

CARLISLE SUFFER FIFTH LEAGUE DEFEAT

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By , December 12, 2020 8:56 am

 

Carlisle United suffered a big setback to their promotion push in League Two after they were beaten at Tranmere Rovers in the latest set of league games in the fourth tier of English football. Tranmere Rovers played hosts to Carlisle United in one of the matchday 14 clashes played on Tuesday night in League Two. In the end, Carlisle United were handed their fifth league defeat of the season after 14 games.


Tranmere Rovers and Carlisle United played out a goalless draw in an entertaining first 45 minutes that was only lacking in goals. The goal soon arrived at the start of the second half through winger Corey Blackett-Taylor. The Tranmere Rovers player was previously an England u-17 player. The 23-year-old scored the first and only goal of the game after six second half minutes to give his team all the three points on offer.
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Carlisle United Looking for New Strength and Conditioning Coach

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By , October 9, 2020 6:28 am

 

Carlisle United has advertised for a new strength and conditioning coach to work with their team. The Cumbria based English side competes in the 4th tier of the English Premier League.


The club started scouting for a new coach for the role following David Waldie’s departure to Mansfield last month. Greg Short is working with the club’s chief coach Chris Beech in the interim.
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Five Carlisle United Players Out of Contract

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By , April 23, 2020 6:43 am

Five of the football players from Carlisle United will be out of their contract by June. The club needs to make some decisions about them before the summer transfer window opens before the next season. Here are the five players from Carlisle whose contracts with the club will expire by June.

  • Stefan Scougall

This player signed for the side of League Two in January in 2019 from St. Johnstone, the Scottish outfit. He is also one of the former faces of the Under-21 group of Scotland. He is currently having an uncertain future in Brunton Park.

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BRANTHWAITE COMPLETES CARLISLE TO EVERTON MOVE

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By , February 12, 2020 2:05 pm

Everton are undergoing a difficult season. Many believe this was as a result of choices made in the past. Deciding to depart from the safe but stable philosophy of David Moyes while running unsuccessful experiments from Roberto Martinez to Marco Siva.

They however look to be atoning for the scenes of the past by deciding to build for the future. The signing of Carlisle United’s 17-year-old Jonathan Branthwaite appears to be one of many such moves as both club agreed on a 750,000 pounds deal with additional bonuses should Branthwaite turn out to be a revelation.

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HARRY ARTER DEFENDS RICHARD KEOGH

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By , November 18, 2019 2:29 pm

It is one thing for coaches to get sacked. That’s why they get hired in the first place. However, it is a whole new world to hear of a player being embarrassed in that same way. The modus operandi is to at most send the reject on a loan spell till his contract expires.


Not Derby County, unfortunately. The folks who run the show at that club seem to have their own special of “we don’t need you, get out” episode of bad blood between club and player.
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