With the January transfer window edging closer and closer, clubs from around the world are getting ready by planning what they are going to do once the transfer window re-opens by setting their eyes on which players would be a better option to sign while which one can leave the club.

Carlisle United has entered the relegation zone in the English League Two and the coach, Keith Curle revealed that he will not be shy or hesitate in telling the future of his players even though their future is not with Carlisle United as they will likely be sold and used to create enough funds and space in order to sign the desired winter targets.

“Things need to change, attitudes need to change. This is a fantastic football club, a nice football club. Unfortunately some horrible decisions are going to have to be made.Stern talking and honesty is going to have to get spoken to lots of people.A lot of it starts with me. I have to be the bad guy, the honest guy, the bearer of bad news, but also the motivator’’

“It’s not nice to tell people they’re not needed here because in my opinion they’re not on board and not doing well enough.But it’s part of my job. I enjoy being honest with people and it’s why I was brought to the club.” Carlisle United’s Keith Curle said.

Keith Curle continued on saying that the current state and condition of Carlisle United is due to a string of bad decisions that has been made in the club for a number of years but that he will attempt to change things around himself however, this is something that takes time and won’t be completed overnight.