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Workington Town's Alex Szostak
Alex Szostak says he is enjoying the physical challenge League One is throwing at Workington Town.
Carlisle's Cumberland Infirmary is “no longer fit for purpose” - and its controversial PFI building needs a major revamp.
Goalless run now seven games as Blues fall out of play-off places
Carlisle United boss Keith Curle
Michael Raynes has been compared to Crewe manager David Artell by Curle
Curle on Artell: "He is very much in the Michael Raynes mould – dominant, a strong personality, knows his limitations, played to his strengths and didn’t get effected by certain situations in games, as some people can do."
Midfielder Samir Nabi
Former Barrow loan man Ben Tomlinson
Ben Tomlinson and Samir Nabi join Junior Joachim, Joe Ward and James Hooper in linking-up with the Blues this month
Win tickets to Carlisle United v Notts County with Virgin Trains
Brunton Park: New horizons?
While details remain scarce, new financial arrangement with Edinburgh Woollen Mill deserves a cautious welcome
Ben Tomlinson had a spell with Barrow last year
Carlisle manager Keith Curle has made a double signing
Carlisle United have completed two new signings.
Chief executive says deal is not an "emergency measure" but a "step forward" for the Blues
Keith Curle says the "big characters" in his squad are all important as Carlisle United bid to end their recent poor run tomorrow.
Former Workington Reds skipper Dan Wordsworth has made a surprise return to Borough Park.
The debenture document filed with Companies House
Edinburgh Woollen Mill
Further details that appear to confirm that the Edinburgh Woollen Mill have made a significant loan to Carlisle United have emerged.
Campaigners from across Cumbria have united to call for controversial health decisions to be halted.
John Carruthers with Sir Bobby Robson
John Carruthers' son, also John, with some of his father's photos (photo: David Hollins)
Kevin Beattie and David Geddis were two of Carruthers' greatest finds
Carruthers also spotted a young Paul Gascoigne
Carruthers recommended a schoolboy Chris Lumsdon - later of Carlisle - to Sunderland
John Carruthers (front row, second right) played for Carlisle's reserves in 1949
Shortly after being appointed England manager in 1983, Bobby Robson visited Carlisle as a thank-you to Carruthers (right). Also pictured: John's brother Gerald (left) and Carlisle mayor Trudy Whalley
Carruthers recommended Paul Simpson to Ipswich, but he opted instead for Manchester City
A new file containing some of the secrets of the scout who spotted Kevin Beattie and Paul Gascoigne has just emerged, 20 years after his death. Jon Colman spoke to his son
Keith Curle has insisted his Carlisle United players are good enough to end their slump and keep their promotion hopes alive.
Emily McCausland of Carlisle city centre with Tony and Sue Hopper
Scott Bettie, Tony Hopper and Brendan Rogers
Fighting Back For Tony Campaign logo 2017 Tony Hopper Carlisle United News & Star
Kindhearted Cumbrians showed their support for Tony Hopper's fightback fund and the vital charity it's raising money for at a sell-out event.
Details of EWM's charge on Brunton Park
Full details yet to emerge on arrangement between Blues and Edinburgh Woollen Mill boss
Dr Rod Harpin
Securing consultant-led maternity services at the West Cumberland Hospital now relies on anaesthetists, bosses say.
Screengrab of Companies House entry
Wealthy Cumbrian businessman Philip Day could be poised to get involved in Carlisle United.
Fans protesting against the board
Manager defends owners and directors after demonstrations at Mansfield
Blues boss Keith Curle is eyeing two more signings who he feels can give Carlisle a boost for their final eight games.
Mark Gillespie saves from Danny Rose
Sub Alex McQueen is tackled
Michael Raynes returned from injury
Junior Joachim looks for a way through
Some fans demonstrated against the United board
Blues slip to sixth as some travelling fans protest against the board
Tony Hopper is welcomed to the pitch at Borough Park
Tony Hopper at Borough Park
Players formed a moving guard of honour as Tony Hopper made an emotional return to Workington Reds.
United fans with an anti-board banner
Mark Gillespie saves from Danny Rose
Some fans display anti-board banners as shot-shy Blues set an unwanted record
French forward joins in time to join squad at Mansfield today
Manager Keith Curle says any criticism over his decision to start the season with a small squad is only valid with the benefit of "hindsight".
Gelt Gladiator organiser Mike James
Tony Hopper with wife Sue and sons Daniel, Jack and Adam
Gelt Gladiator takes place over two days in June
The endurance event includes four different challenges over two days
The event takes place in Gelt Woods, near Brampton
Fighting Back For Tony - a News & Star campaign
Former footballer's cause is the nominated charity for popular endurance event near Brampton
Chief executive Nigel Clibbens talks to a fan
Michael and Mark, Chevonne, Albert, Rosemary and Rory. Not the members of an Enid Blyton series, but some of the most significant names in what remains the weirdest investment story in Carlisle United's history.
Keith Curle pictured at former club Mansfield last season
Keith Curle heads back to the club where he started out in management today - after a chance meeting with the man who sacked him.
Winger John O'Sullivan says he has been putting in extra time on the training ground in order to raise his game for Carlisle United.