Carlisle United’s last home match of the season concluded with a 1-0 loss against Oldham Athletic with the stadium being overshadowed by the fans and their endless shouts and signs of disapproval towards that has been a less than mediocre campaign as they dropped to League Two.

Even though things are not going well for Graham Kavanagh and Carlisle United, supporters of the club desire a change to happen soon and the Irish manager stated that the fans desire reward for their loyalty. Kavanagh also took the chance to announce his intentions of remaining with the club even with their recent relegation status.

“Do you think I’m sitting here thinking I’m going to walk away? Have I said I’m going to resign?” By the way and manner that I’m answering the questions, do you not think that’s enough of an answer for you?

“I’m manager of the football club and if we go down, I’ll take full responsibility. If anyone wants to make a decision after that and put blame my way, fine.” The Irish manager announced.

Kavanagh was well aware of the situation of the club even before they were actually relegated and announced statements of his desire to continue performing in his current role. Graham was appointed as the interim manager of Carlisle United after Greg Abbott was sacked but it wasn’t until September of 2013 when his position in the club was switched into a more permanent basis.

The manager of Carlisle United remains optimistic about the future of the club and is determined to do everything his power to fend off from negative results and criticism which is something that has been happening repeatedly in the past few weeks.