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Sunday, 21 December 2014

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How do Carlisle Utd solve their current woes? Tell us

After Carlisle United's four-goal home hammering by Leyton Orient at Brunton Park on Saturday, pressure is mounting on manager Greg Abbott.

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David Mooney (two), Ben Chorley and Lee Cook were on target before the break as Carlisle's dire defending was again on show.

Peter Murphy's header was slim consolation as supporters voiced their anger at Abbott and his team and boos greeted the Blues' appalling first half display.

The Cumbrians have now conceded 34 goals in 18 league games, comfortably the worst defensive record in their division.

It was the third time in just over a month that Carlisle have conceded four at home and the defeat took Abbott's side down to 18th in League One. Manchester United loanee Sean McGinty was again an unused sub.

United face eighth-placed Doncaster at Brunton Park tomorrow night looking for a result that will see them climb up the table.

How do Carlisle put things right against Doncaster tomorrow? What do you want to see happen?

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Well as usual Dave as not got a clue what he is talking about. We need to sack Abbot now before it is too late.

Posted by Mark K on 20 November 2012 at 23:29

I dont understand why the board keep backing win lose or draw i still want him out .Its embarassing watching school boy defending every home game we cant keep clean sheets now you wonder if the players have faith in greg

Posted by markpocock on 20 November 2012 at 13:19

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