Carlisle United manager Keith Curle wants his players to become more aggressive on the pitch.
He said that League 2 is a different competition and it is important that they players fight on the pitch if they want to secure promotion.
He believes that you need a winning mentality to survive in the lower tier of English football and the sooner the players understand this, the better it will be for the team.
Keith Curle said that playing in League 2 is more than just playing beautiful football. You need to fight for every ball and get physical at times if you want to win games.
He made this statement after Carlisle United poor run of form which saw them lost their four last games in a row. Their last games against Cambridge saw them beaten 3-0 twice in a row. Read more »
Carlisle manager Pat Conrad has stepped down after barely a year in charge of the football club.
The coach announced his resignation via email to the coaching staff on December 3, reports say. The Sentinel
claims that the resignation was after the end of the year banquet and that the letter was not officially received before the start of the weekend.
Conrad blamed his resignation on the club on the club management’s “lack of support.” Reports say the letter cited a lack of weight room – a project that was scheduled for the summer but delayed several times.
The high school football club coach also disclosed his struggles with being a teacher in Red Lion in York County as the club could not hire him in a suitable role before the school year. Conrad mentioned a “lack of support of the academic focus” as part of the issues he had. Read more »
Carlisle United’s manager Keith Curle has encouraged his players by telling them that they are all important members of the squad and that they will have an important part to play throughout the season.
He said that even if they are on the bench for any given game, they are still part of the team and that sooner or later they will get their chance in the team.
He made this statement after naming an unchanged side for three games in a row and there were signs that some players on the bench were becoming a bit restless. Indeed there are players that would want to be on the pitch rather than to spend time on the bench and might consider moving to another club before the transfer window closes.
However, Keith Curle has stated that at the moment he is more concerned about winning football matches rather than keeping everybody in the team happy. He said that at this stage of the season legs are still fresh and that he does not need to rotate his team. But he admitted that as the season goes he will need all the other players in the team to avoid injuries. Read more »
Carlisle has confirmed the signing of two players that will prosecute the football games in the forthcoming season.
The club signed midfielder Mike Jones on a two year deal though it is still subject to paperwork. The club also signed a Striker Shaun Miller on a two year deal.
Jones, who is 28 years old, was released his former club Oldham after the last season. Carlisle decided to sign the player on a free transfer adding that the player would provide valuable experience to the club. The head of recruitment at the club Lee Dykes told the club’s official website: “Mike is someone we were interested in back in January.
He’s a very good, experienced player and he’s someone I’ve worked with previously. We know what we’re getting, he knows the game and he knows how to win matches.”
Jones is the sixth player the club would be adding to its squad this summer as they do an overhaul. He passed through the hometown club Tranmere’s youth system and eventually made a few appearances in the 2008 season for Bury. He also played for Sheffield Wednesday and Crawley before joining Oldham in June 2014. Read more »
If you check the news of Carlisle soccer, you will realize that both teams of boys and girls have been in the news.
However, both teams have remained in the second position as compared to Ballard. When it comes to the boys’ team, the soccer team had been having a winning streak so far. However, that ended on Monday night when they played against Ballard. The Wildcats were defeated by Ballards but not before they put up a formidable defense
. As a result, they scored 2-1. The Carlisle goal was scored by Brad Thorpe. He scored it in the second half of the game. There were four minutes remaining, as a result, the game went into overtime. Brad scored his ninth goal for this season. It helps him get into a tie for a third position at the Raccoon River conference. At the same time he would be tied in for tenth position in class 2A. Read more »