Carlisle United’s David Holdsworth wants to start a new chapter

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By , November 12, 2018 6:04 am

Earlier in October, Carlisle United’s goalkeeping coach Dan Watson opted to leave the English League Two club as he joined Northampton Town FC. This was a particularly difficult period of time for Carlisle United as they had only managed to win 1 competitive match in the entire month of October and had to settle with 5 defeats and 1 draw.


David Holdsworth is the Director of Football of Carlisle United and he revealed some details concerning the exit of the goal-keeping coach as the 49 year old said:
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Corry Evans Happy with Strong Start Made by Blackburn

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By , September 25, 2018 8:31 am

Corry Evans claims that he is extremely pleased with the start of the season made by Blackburn. Under the regime of Tony Mowbray, Blackburn have been able to make a decent start of the Championship campaign by staying unbeaten in the first five matches. They have been able to pick up two victories and three draws in these five matches. As a result, Blackburn are in the play-off places of this early part of the campaign. After having just received a promotion from League One, there is a huge challenge awaiting Blackburn in the 2018-19 campaign since the team has to compete against vastly superior teams and still hope to see their Championship status remain intact at the end of the campaign.

The 28-year-old midfielder says that the substantial strengthening to the midfield provided by Tony Mowbray during the summer transfer window has certainly helped Blackburn cope with the superior class of opponents. Some of the latest signings by Blackburn in the midfield positions are Harrison Reed and Jack Rodwell. At the same time, this has also increased the competition for places – especially amongst midfielders – but Evans is not worried at the prospect of having to fight for his spot since he says that it will only help the team in the long run.
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By , July 5, 2018 2:28 pm

The former chair of the Professional Footballers’ Association Clarke Carlisle has asked for reprieve for Raheem Sterling whose tattoo of an M16 assault rifle is making the rounds. The Manchester City star had an excellent season, playing a crucial role as the club lifted the Premier League title in grand style.

Sterling is among the crop of players chosen to represent England at the World Cup in France. Ahead of a friendly game against West African soccer giants Nigeria, Sterling has been featured on the front page of dailies in the UK for the tattoo.


By , October 5, 2017 9:57 am

Carlisle United suffered a loss against newly promoted side Lincoln City over the weekend but impressive star Reggie Lambe was on target yet again.

Lambe netted his third in as many games in the Sky Bet League fixture this campaign. The Cumbrian side suffered their biggest loss this term as they crashed 4-1 away at Sincil Bank.

Lincoln went ahead through Alex Woodyard, who scored a 22-yard screamer. The score line did not change until the break. In the second half, they dominated and got more goals.

Matthew Rhead intercepted a Tom Parkes pass and sent it to Woodyard who scored. Rhead also got on the scorer’s sheet as he converted a penalty awarded to them. The visitors scored what later proved to be just a consolation through Lambe. Billy Knott came off the bench to net the fourth for the hosts with a long range effort. Continue reading 'CARLISLE LOSE BUT LAMBE STRIKES AGAIN'»


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By , July 18, 2017 4:37 am

League Two side Carlisle have confirmed the signing of Tom Parkes from Leyton Orient.

The defender agreed a two year deal with the Os after leaving his former club at the end of last season. The 25-year old plays dominantly in the centre half role. He featured in 44 games last season but Orient were relegated from the football league so he had to look elsewhere.

Current manager of Carlisle Keith Curle said that Parkes has the experience and that the player is hungry to achieve things. He praised the player’s communication skills as well.

“We’re all looking forward to working with him because we think he will have a positive impact on the group,” Curle added.

The player is a product of Leicester academy and has played in various sides that include Burton, Yeovil, and Bristol Rovers. He was on loan at the Rovers but the deal was made permanent in 2012 and he eventually became the skipper. He joined Orient last year but he was not able to keep them afloat. Continue reading 'CARLISLE SIGN TOM PARKES'»

Carlisle boss happy with results

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By , May 26, 2017 8:53 am

Carlisle United boss Keith Curle said that he was happy with the 3-3 draw with Exeter in the play-off semi-final.

He said that the game was an entertaining one for both sets of supporters and that both teams should be praised for putting up such a show.

Exeter City was leading at some stage of the game 3-1, and another opposing team might have been discouraged at this time. But Carlisle did not surrender easily and ended up scoring two quick goals that allowed them to clinch a 3-3 draw.

Keith Curle said that he is happy with the way the match and that all the players on the pitch gave their best in order to get such a game. He said that the players did not let themselves influenced by the pressure and played their best football on the day.

Curle said that football lovers should have been delighted with what they have seen on the pitch and that it was a really entertaining game. Continue reading 'Carlisle boss happy with results'»