By , January 16, 2013 8:54 pm

The League One club Carlisle United managed to get back-to-back home victories after the 2-1 win over Bury, which has delighted the manager Greg Abbott. The Carlisle United manager has been under considerable pressure after recent run of poor form, which has left the team closer to the relegation zone. Prior to the victories against Hartlepool United and Bury, the club had managed just one victory in the last two months of football. As a result, they were fast slipping down the table. Now, the six points from two matches has helped relieve some of the pressure on the manager.

Abbott has also said that he is extremely happy with the way the year is ending, while he hopes that it will continue into the new year as well. He has also said that the two victories has helped him settle a huge debt to the home fans, who have been brilliant all season. One of the major reasons for Carlisle performing extremely well has been the return of the striker Lee Miller, who has missed the recent matches due to an injury. He has already demonstrated his worth to the team by scoring in both the matches. He has so far made 6 appearances in all competitions.

“We keep saying that we owe our home fans a huge debt, and we’ve gone some way to balancing the books with these results. But, the fact of the matter is that we have to keep it going. It’s fantastic to see smiles on faces again and the last two games have been entertaining for different reasons, so that’s good for everyone. However, we need to keep the momentum going. This will mean nothing if we let things slip because we still aren’t anywhere near where we want to be,” said the Carlisle manager.

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