Carlisle Disappointed After Relegation

By , May 27, 2014 8:50 am

Carlisle United’s season started off on a negative note as they only managed on claiming 3 triumphs during their initial 10 matches and their form progressed for the majority of the campaign and now have dropped into the League Two as the team of Graham Kavanagh has been relegated.

The 40 years old manager of Carlisle United has his work cut out as the Irishman revealed his intentions of remaining in charge of the club for the upcoming seasons but there are a number of tasks that needs to be done in order to change their future around and avoid any further disappointing seasons.

Kavanagh announced details concerning the condition of the club and the projects that lie ahead of him.
“I want to put my stamp on it. The chairman and the club have already said they want to give me that opportunity. I feel like I owe the fans and the club to make sure we are back in League One’’.

“I need a squad that’s honest, that’s hard working, that doesn’t make excuses, that doesn’t look for ways out, and that’s got quality. I’ll do all I can in the summer to make those changes and put a squad together that’s fit and capable of challenging at the top end of the table.” Kavanagh stated.

The Irishman is expected to offer contract extension to a few of his key players in the squad but the majority of them are one their way out of the club after Carlisle United sustained their first relegation in a decade.

The managing director of Carlisle United, John Nixon predicts that Kavanagh will be bringing around 10 new players into the club as it will them get back into League One and get better results.

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