In our latest season review feature, we take a closer look at Carlisle United’s 2021/22 campaign in numerical form...

0 – The number of league games in which the Blues scored three goals.

0 – The number of Blues players who had a double-figure goals tally.

1 – Three Blues players each made one league appearance: Lewis Bell, Jonathan Dinzeyi and Lukas Jensen.

1 – Only once did a Carlisle player score twice in the same game in 2021/22 (Brad Young v Everton U21s in the Papa John’s Trophy).

News and Star: Doubling up: Brad Young v Everton U21 (photo: Barbara Abbott)Doubling up: Brad Young v Everton U21 (photo: Barbara Abbott)

2 – The number of red cards Carlisle received in the season (Mampala v Sutton and Mellish v Exeter).

4 – Carlisle’s best winning run in the league (against Leyton Orient, Rochdale, Oldham Athletic and Northampton Town).

6 – The number of red cards shown to opposition players against Carlisle (Kesler-Hayden v Swindon, Upson and Haynes v Newport, Archibald v Leyton Orient, MacDonald and Morris v Tranmere)

7 – The number of ex-Carlisle players who scored against the Blues in 2021/22 (Olufela Olomola, Josh Morris, Ryan Bowman, Ashley Nadesan, David Amoo, Harry McKirdy and Hallam Hope).

7 – The number of loan players used by the Blues (Jonathan Dinzeyi, Lukas Jensen, Tyrese Omotoye, Mitch Roberts, Dynel Simeu, Owen Windsor, Brad Young).

8 – The number of sub appearances made by Manasse Mampala in the league. He made no starts.

8 – The number of different players to score in cup competitions during the season.

8 – The number of points Carlisle gained by coming from behind in league games.

News and Star: Comeback: Sho-SIlva at Tranmere (photo: Richard Parkes)Comeback: Sho-SIlva at Tranmere (photo: Richard Parkes)

8 – The number of teams in all competitions who scored three or more in a game against United.

9 – The number of goals from United’s top scorer, Omari Patrick.

11 – The number of league games Carlisle drew.

12 – The number of goals scored by United substitutes in all competitions (Sho-Silva 3, Alessandra 2, Abrahams 2, Gibson 2, Patrick 1, Dickenson 1, Young 1).

12 – The highest number of substitute appearances by a United player (Manasse Mampala).

12 – The most bookings received by a United player in the campaign (Brennan Dickenson).

14 – Carlisle’s number of league victories in the season.

15 – United’s points cushion above the relegation zone.

16 – The number of clean sheets the Blues kept in 2021/22 (13 league, 3 cups).

News and Star: Clean sheet: United v MansfieldClean sheet: United v Mansfield

17 – The number of games in all competitions in which United scored two goals.

17 – Carlisle had the 17th best away record in the division.

18 – Carlisle had the 18th best home record in the division.

19 – The number of home league goals Carlisle scored.

20 – The number of away league goals Carlisle scored.

21 – United’s number of league defeats.

22 – The number of games in the season where Carlisle failed to score (20 league, 2 cups)

23 – The number of goals United conceded at home in the league.

25 – The number of points won under Paul Simpson in the last 15 games.

28 – The number of points United won in the previous 31 games.

35 – The number of players Carlisle used in their 46 league games.

39 – United’s total number of league goals: the joint lowest in their history.

39 – The number of away league goals the Blues conceded.

41.5 – The number of points United would have ended up with had their pre-Simmo points ratio continued, leaving them third bottom.

42 – The highest number of league appearances made by a Blues player in the campaign, Jon Mellish.

News and Star: Regular: Jon Mellish made more league appearances than any other Blues player (photo: Richard Parkes)Regular: Jon Mellish made more league appearances than any other Blues player (photo: Richard Parkes)

53 – The Blues’ final points tally.

62 – The number of league goals Carlisle conceded in the campaign.

76.7 – The number of points United would have ended up with under Paul Simpson’s points ratio over a full season, leaving them just outside the play-offs.

83 – The number of yellow cards United received during the season – sixth highest in League Two.

875 – United’s lowest attendance of the season (v Everton U21s in the Papa John’s Trophy)

8,514 – The highest home attendance of the season (v Northampton Town in League Two).