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Carlisle Utd caretakers expect to stay in charge for next two games

Caig and Thirlwell photo Carlisle United’s caretaker managers insist it is likely they will remain in charge for the next two games as the Blues close in on a new boss.

Last updated 12 September 2014
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Furious Carlisle United slam refereeing

nix2 Carlisle United managing director John Nixon has launched an extraordinary attack on the standard of lower-league refereeing and the appeal process after failing to overturn Gary Dicker’s red card.

Last updated 12 September 2014
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Carlisle still hoping to appoint West Ham's McDonald

Neil McDonald photo Carlisle United have bought themselves extra time as they refuse to give up hope on a deal to make Neil McDonald their new boss.

Last updated 11 September 2014
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Carlisle midfielder defends former boss Kavanagh

Brad Potts today defended former Carlisle boss Graham Kavanagh and insisted: “He only wanted the best for the club.”

Last updated 11 September 2014
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Who Carlisle Utd could turn to if they don't land McDonald

If West Ham no2 Neil McDonald doesn't end up at Brunton Park, who else could Carlisle turn to? Jon Colman weighs up possible contenders. (14 comments)

Last updated 11 September 2014
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Carlisle manager search goes on if McDonald hopes fade

Neil McDonald photo Carlisle United are wading through more applications in case they cannot persuade Neil McDonald to become their new manager. (29 comments)

Last updated 11 September 2014
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Double injury boost for Carlisle Utd

Billy Paynter and Troy Archibald-Henville are in full training as they bid to hand Carlisle United a double injury boost.

Last updated 10 September 2014
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Gillies: I wondered if it was time to leave Carlisle Utd

Josh Gillies photo Josh Gillies admits he was on the verge of asking for a move from Carlisle United before being handed his chance by the Blues’ caretaker bosses.

Last updated 9 September 2014
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West Ham quiet over McDonald's Carlisle link

Neil McDonald photo West Ham are today staying tight-lipped on strong speculation linking Neil McDonald with the manager’s job at Carlisle United.

Last updated 9 September 2014
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Neil McDonald hot favourite for Carlisle Utd manager job

Neil McDonald photo Carlisle United are facing a vital week in their race to appoint a new manager – with former boss Neil McDonald the talk of Brunton Park. (15 comments)

Last updated 8 September 2014
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Carlisle Utd consider Dicker red card appeal

af dicker 89 1 Caretakers Tony Caig and Paul Thirlwell will today decide whether to appeal Gary Dicker’s controversial sending-off.

Last updated 8 September 2014
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McDonald odds slashed for Carlisle Utd job after eight-goal thriller

Neil McDonald photo Bookies' favourite Neil McDonald was at Brunton Park as managerless Carlisle were denied victory in an eight-goal thriller.

Last updated 6 September 2014
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Carlisle Utd sign deal with developer to plan new stadium

John Nixon photo Managing director John Nixon says Carlisle United have signed a deal with a developer to plan a new stadium in a project that could cost up to £80 million. (45 comments)

Last updated 6 September 2014
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Ex-Tranmere boss confirmed as Carlisle Utd contender

Ronnie Moore  photo Carlisle United hope to name their new manager in a week’s time – with Ronnie Moore a confirmed contender.

Last updated 6 September 2014
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Sweeney 'the ideal skipper for Carlisle United'

Antony Sweeney photo Caretaker boss Tony Caig says Antony Sweeney has emerged as the ideal captain at Carlisle United.

Last updated 6 September 2014
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Halifax boss Neil Aspin linked with Carlisle Utd job

Carlisle United badge Would-be managers will have a close eye on Carlisle United’s fortunes tomorrow with Halifax boss Neil Aspin the latest name to emerge.

Last updated 5 September 2014
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Caretaker duo haven’t applied for Carlisle Utd job

Caig and Thirlwell photo Caretakers Paul Thirlwell and Tony Caig say they are relishing the opportunity to steady the ship at Carlisle United – but insist they have not considered applying for the permanent job.

Last updated 5 September 2014
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Carlisle Utd should offer manager job to McDonald

Neil McDonald photo His sacking just one game into the new season in August 2007 was shocking and bewildering. (14 comments)

Last updated 4 September 2014
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Ex-Oxford boss Waddock would love chance to manage Carlisle Utd

Gary Waddock photo Gary Waddock is set to throw his hat into the ring at Carlisle United as Huddersfield coach Steve Thompson emerges as the new bookies’ favourite.

Last updated 4 September 2014
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No rush to appoint new Carlisle Utd boss, says Gillespie

Mark Gillespie photo Carlisle United keeper Mark Gillespie today urged the club not to rush into a new manager appointment after praising caretaker duo Paul Thirlwell and Tony Caig for steadying the ship.

Last updated 4 September 2014
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