Carlisle United News
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John Ward insists the burden of expectation hangs heavy on his Carlisle side ahead of tonight's League One play-off semi-final second-leg clash with Leeds.
Carlisle have parted company with manager Neil McDonald, making him the first managerial casualty of the season.
John Gorman has scotched reports suggesting he could leave Northampton in the lurch to join Carlisle.
Paul Simpson is set to be named as the new manager of Coca-Cola Championship Preston.
Carlisle chairman John Courtenay was today sentenced to 150 hours community service for his part in a brawl in a match between his team and Lincoln last season.
Carlisle have confirmed Paul Simpson has been appointed full-time manager at Brunton Park.
Carlisle have sacked manager Roddy Collins after their poor start to the Division Three season.
Carlisle boss Roddy Collins has a massive injury crisis on his hands which has forced physio Neil Dalton to re-register as a player ahead of the clash with Bournemouth.
Darlington director of football Luke Raine believes former Carlisle supremo Michael Knighton will be a valuable addition to the club.