Carlisle United faces 3rd Successive Deafeat in League

By , December 18, 2014 7:01 pm

Carlisle United sustained their 3rd successive league defeat after losing against Exeter with a scoreboard of 2-0.  This loss has dropped the League Two club into the bottom relegation zone and the coach of the team, Keith Curle is aware that in order to save the club from being relegated and try to survive in the League then a number of changes will have to be done.

The January transfer window is on the horizon and it’s an ideal moment for changes to happen. Curle knows that Carlisle United does not have the same financial power or authority as other clubs but he still remains quite confident that they will provide enough cash to make a splash in the winter transfer window which is only a few weeks away from kicking off.

Carlisle United’s Keith Curle said: “I’ve not had to ask the question yet but I speak to John (Nixon, managing director) and the chairman all the time, and they want me to be successful. Do they want the club to be at the bottom of League Two? No. Have they backed previous regimes to the hilt? Yes. Am I expecting the same? Of course.

“I know the pay-scale the club can afford for individual players or packages. Will I take anything unrealistic to them? No. I don’t think that would give them any confidence in myself but if I do some wheeling and dealing, and I can make money available, would I expect to get that back? Yes.”

Keith Curle stated that in order for certain players to be signed and arrive to the club, some others will have to leave to create enough space and not have an overload of fringe players in the squad.

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