Carlisle United have had some real hits in the transfer market over the last decade - but there have also been some misses.

While the likes of Jon Mellish and Callum Guy have proven to be fine additions over a number of seasons, not every player that has joined the Blues had the same positive impact.

And here, we look at some of the more forgettable names to have signed at Brunton Park over the last ten years.

How many have can you remember, and are there any names we should have included? Let us know in the comments:

Kevin Feely

Feely was signed by the Blues at the start of the 2013/14 season, as Greg Abbott sought more defensive options.

Highly-rated by his parent club Charlton Athletic, the centre back made just two appearances during a one-month loan spell - with only one of those being a start.

Feely's last club was Newport County, with his contract cancelled in 2015 so that he could return to full-time education. He also turned his hand to gaelic football.

Craig Roddan

A promising midfielder from Liverpool, Roddan joined Carlisle in November 2013 as one of Graham Kavanagh's first signings.

But it wasn't to be a successful stay at Brunton Park for the youngster, who made just one substitute appearance during his one-month spell with the Blues.

After a career in non-league, Roddan is now working with Manchester City's academy.

Lucas Dawson

Another midfielder signed on loan, Dawson could also only muster a solitary appearance during his time at Carlisle.

The Stoke City academy graduate was last seen playing for Chester.

Jeffrey Monakana

A skilful winger, Monakana was viewed as an exciting signing when Keith Curle moved to bring him to Brunton Park from Brighton in March 2015.

But his loan spell didn't yield the success that all parties hoped for - with the former Preston man only taking to the field once.

He's now plying his trade in Iceland with Magni Grenivik.

Raphael Spiegel

The Swiss stopper was another short-term loan signing for Carlisle, joining in February 2015.

Spiegel, who played for West Ham, played just twice before returning to his parent club.

He's now back in his homeland with top tier side FC Winterthur.

Georg Iliev

The first striker to appear on our list, the Bolton youngster spent a month with Carlisle during the 2014/15 season.

He joined teammate Hayden White at Brunton Park but failed to emulate the impact made by his Bolton colleague, and made just four appearances before his loan expired.

Luis Pedro

A former Dutch youth international, Pedro was signed by Carlisle towards the end of the 2015/16 season as Curle sought some depth.

He'd lived a nomadic career before his arrival in Cumbria - where he managed just one substitute appearance - and that has continue since too.

Kevin Osei

Signed after a promising trial spell with the Blues, Osei was handed his opportunity in the early weeks of the 2015/16 campaign.

A goal in a league cup tie against Chesterfield showed his potential, but after nine games the Marseille-born forward left Brunton Park when his six-month contract came to an end.

He's recently been playing in Malaysia with UKM FC.

Joe Ward

After coming through the ranks at West Brom, Ward joined Carlisle in March 2017 as the side looked to maintain their play-off push.

But he opted to retire from professional football just two weeks after joining, having made one substitute appearance. 

Ben Tomlinson

Tomlinson was another Curle addition designed to help the Blues as they looked to seal a. top seven finish, but the striker failed to make an impact.

Signed on a non-contract basis, the former Barnet and Lincoln City man appeared only twice.

His most recent club was Worksop Town.

James Hooper

Signed on the same day as Ward, former Rochdale forward Hooper also struggled to make an impact - making just one appearance.

He's now playing in non-league with Atherton Collieries.

Junior Joachim 

Curle was certainly busy in the market towards the end of the 2016/17 campaign, with Joachim one of five players signed in the March of that season.

None had any major impact, with Joachim - who had previously been on trial with Carlisle - making just two appearances.

The forward was signed after a crowdfunding initiative saw supporters back Curle in the market.

Kris Twardek

A full Canadian international, Twardek wasn't the Blues most successful loanee - but nor was he among their worst.

Signed from Millwall, he made 12 appearances before returning to the Den.

He's now in Ireland with Bohemians.

Peter Grant

Signed by Steven Pressley as one of his first additions at Brunton Park, the Scottish defender came with some decent pedigree.

Grant mustered just four appearances with Carlisle and was most recently with Scottish side Queen's Park.

Max Hunt

An early Chris Beech signing, Hunt joined from Derby County after impressing during loan spells in the National League.

It didn't work out at Brunton Park, and he joined Yeovil Town just a year after his arrival.

Danny Kearns

Signed by Kavanagh after Carlisle's relegation to League Two, the ex-Peterborough man was one of a number of signings that it was hoped would propel the Blues back to the third tier at the first time of asking.

But like many players signed during that summer, he failed to impress and made just 12 appearances.

He's now with Larne in Northern Ireland.

Alex Marrow

Another signing from that disappointing summer of 2014, Marrow arrived from Blackburn Rovers with some real potential.

But he made just five appearances before his contract was terminated in January 2015.