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Solitary Port Vale goal sends Carlisle Utd out of JPT

Carlisle Utd photo Port Vale 1 Carlisle United 0: There will be Anfield but no Wembley for Carlisle United’s cup heroes this season.

Last updated 2 September 2015
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Ibehre double fires Carlisle United to first league win

Jabo Ibehre photo Hartlepool Utd 2 Carlisle Utd 3: There is not a single storyline in this fledgling season that Jabo Ibehre cannot rewrite for himself.

Last updated 31 August 2015
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Asamoah stars as Carlisle Utd send QPR out of Capital One Cup

Derek Asamoah photo Queens Park Rangers 1 Carlisle United 2: So much for tiredness. So much for the energy-sapping effect of all those miles.

Last updated 26 August 2015
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Ibehre on target as Carlisle Utd come from behind again

Jason Kennedy photo Carlisle Utd 1 AFC Wimbledon 1: Carlisle United are officially slow starters both this season and in general, and no amount of salvage jobs undertaken by Jabo Ibehre can disguise the fact.

Last updated 24 August 2015
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Carlisle Utd's leaky defence costs as Plymouth pile on misery

Derek Asampah photo Plymouth Argyle 4 Carlisle United 1: There were fireworks in Plymouth last night, and then four explosions that made a mess of Carlisle United’s unbeaten start to the season.

Last updated 19 August 2015
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Ibehre magic as Carlisle Utd hit back three times to draw

Ibehre photo Carlisle United 4 Cambridge United 4: Jabo Ibehre was supposed to be the summer signing who would make it easier for other people to score, but right now he is the greediest striker in all of England.

Last updated 17 August 2015
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Ibehre at the double as Carlisle Utd bury Chesterfield in cup

Bastien Hery photo Carlisle United 3 Chesterfield 1 (AET): For a while last night Carlisle United’s failure to score was as hard to figure out as the spelling of some of Chesterfield’s surnames.

Last updated 12 August 2015
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Debut goal for Ibehre as Carlisle Utd make their point

Jabo Ibehre photo Mansfield Town 1 Carlisle United 1: Carlisle United’s first examination of 2015/16 was set at the moment Malvind Benning’s free-kick tore into their net after 29 minutes on Saturday.

Last updated 10 August 2015
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Blend of Carlisle Utd's unwanted, hopefuls and trialists fail to deliver sparkle

Carlisle Utd photo Carlisle United 1 Queen of the South 2: A few more clues as to Keith Curle’s selection for the big League Two kick-off were offered on the training pitch behind Brunton Park against the Doonhamers.

Last updated 5 August 2015
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Carlisle Utd put Oldham to sword in pre-season friendly

Bastien Hery photo Carlisle United 3 Oldham Athletic 1: We are less than a week from knowing whether this seemingly progressive pre-season work by Carlisle United is going to turn a great tide, or if it is one more false dawn to join the many.

Last updated 3 August 2015
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Promising signs as Carlisle Utd beat Championship Preston

Danny Grainger photo Carlisle United 4 Preston North End 3: There was a deluge of goals and incidents to go with the rain as Brunton Park welcomed football back after a summer of intrigue.

Last updated 29 July 2015
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Bradford too slick for Carlisle Utd in friendly

KevinOsei photo Bradford City 2 Carlisle United 0: There’s a limit to how much can really be gleaned from Carlisle United’s 2-0 defeat at the Coral Windows Stadium on Saturday.

Last updated 27 July 2015
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Hery shines as Carlisle Utd romp to friendly win at Penrith

Steven Rigg photo Penrith 0 Carlisle United 7: Life after Kyle Dempsey started for Carlisle United at Penrith, where many supporters started asking who will fill the departed midfielder’s great void.

Last updated 13 July 2015
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Carlisle Utd overcome Blyth’s spirit thanks to Sweeney’s strike

Kevin Osei photo Blyth Spartans 0 Carlisle United 1: After a strange summer, football finally returned to Carlisle United’s agenda last night.

Last updated 8 July 2015
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Season stutters to an end under watchful eye of Carlisle Utd legend

Jason Kennedy photo Carlisle United 3 Hartlepool 3: With a stoop in his stride and a stick for support, Peter McConnell made his stately way onto Brunton Park’s turf, 50 years after he led Carlisle United to their first championship. One wonders what he made of these chaotic offerings, half a century on.

Last updated 4 May 2015
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Beck double helps Carlisle Utd to win in Cumberland Cup final

Cumberland Cup final Carlisle United 3 Netherhall 1: A season everyone at Carlisle United will want to forget is coming to an unexpectedly successful climax after the Blues collected a piece of silverware.

Last updated 29 April 2015
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Carlisle Utd fail to get shot on target against Stevenage

Stevenage photo Stevenage 1 Carlisle United 0: On a weekend where 35,000 hardy souls took to the streets of London targeting personal goals and raising money for charity, it was 32 miles up the A1 that the old adage “it’s a marathon, not a sprint” was shown to still have plenty of merit.

Last updated 27 April 2015
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Carlisle safe as they blow play-off hopefuls Plymouth away

paynt9 Carlisle United 2 Plymouth 0: Normally at Brunton Park this season you have been wishing most Saturday afternoons away, as fast as possible.

Last updated 20 April 2015
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Brave Carlisle Utd denied victory by Burton in 98th minute

Danny Grainger photo Burton Albion 1 Carlisle United 1: There were two games in one here, one lasting two minutes and the other taking forever, and the outcome of both is that Carlisle United are a fraction closer to League Two survival.

Last updated 16 April 2015
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Kennedy's match-winner edges Carlisle Utd towards safety

Carlisle United photo Carlisle United 1 Dagenham and Redbridge 0: It wasn’t quite the part of the body that Keith Curle had aimed at a few days earlier, but it was close.

Last updated 13 April 2015
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