After Carlisle United ended their season with a 2-0 defeat to Bradford City, fans on Twitter gave us their views on the game and the campaign overall.

Here is a selection.

A disappointing performance. Midfield and defensive frailties on show. Simmo has a big job on his hands and with an out of contract player, who could have been in his plans, moving on, possibly more work. Fingers crossed for a good close season. (@BruceVander)

A very lacklustre performance that showed the squad’s deficiencies. The inconsistent were off form, the past it looked past it and the not good enough were not good enough. Time for a ruthless clear-out and to hope that Simmo can work the oracle in the summer market. (@mlgraham73)

I missed their first goal due to dire stewarding trying to get a bloke to his assigned seat - ship had well and truly sailed on that. Some good performances, but not much team synergy. Jack Ellis was our MotM for me. Was surprised when Bradford didn't announce the ref as theirs. (@EarnThtDanegeld)

We started off scoring no goals and we've struggled to score all season so it's no surprise we didn't score today. We've conceded some shockers too. Plenty of work for Simmo to do during the summer, but we have to trust him to do the right things and bring in the right people. (@cumbrianbluess)

Two poor teams, luckily for them they had 12 men, thank god the season's over, time for a big rebuild (@NavyDave94)

Didn't see the first half, but I thought we looked good in the second. More possession...but we still lack a good striker and a crafty midfielder. Second goal was a sucker punch against the run of play, but we never looked like scoring. Poor passing in the last third by the usual culprits (@adydent67)

Two average teams, one took chances but a fun game. Big summer ahead and many will have played their last for CUFC today. Hughes on Skelton bizarre and one or two of our fans behaviour in the memorial minute shameful (@epouvantail)

Big pre season needed, far too much dead wood. Takeover and a bit of support to Simmo and we’ll be laughing next season. (@Chris_CA2)

Deflating finish to the season. Just demonstrates the scale of improvement needed and confirms how big a miracle Simmo pulled off. Thankfully we now have the right manager to build the team and improve the club for the longer term. Hope the budget and the owners will be up to it. (@NotInSeddon)

Big summer ahead. Few of the under-contract lads might be getting told they can find clubs on Monday. Expect Simmo to be ruthless (@parkinsonross)

Defending was all over the place in first half. Good response after half-time until ref denied us a clear penalty. Impressed with Ellis but many of the others will be nervous before their chat with Simmo on Monday. We’ll be better next season (@tim_martland)

Makes you realise what an unbelievable job Simmo’s done getting so many wins with that squad. Massive summer ahead (@leecrowe007)

Let's start afresh next season. Too many players knew they had no future at CUFC. Let's move on. Are the current owners moving on? Restart needed (@MartinCrellin1)

We were poor today. Thought it was a fair penalty shout but once they got two were weren’t coming back. Complete overhaul needed to be competitive next season (@Glass942)

Ellis MOTM. First half I think they targeted him, ball was on his side quite a bit. At half time they twigged he's actually pretty good and kept the ball away from his side more! I felt we were the better side but not getting the penalty for the foul on Dennis killed us. (@cufcmike)

Would keep three of the out of contract players and get rid of a few of the under contract players. One of the worst teams we've had making Simmo's achievement even more remarkable, glad he is here for the future (@SJM_Wright)

Today means little as a game but without doubt we were down without Simmo. Loads of work needed IMO I’d keep Feeney, Howard, Riley, Devitt and Charters. Undecided on Dickenson. May still need to move some under contract on. Trust Simmo all the way. Interesting summer ahead (@fish_blues)

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