All posts tagged with: Jason Kennedy

Carlisle v Portsmouth: Jones’ impact

Carlisle and Portsmouth are in the running for automatic promotion, as was to be expected after summers of heavy spending. Both have shown potential yet, unlike the relentlessly consistent top two, both also have the capacity implode in one or two games a month. The erratic nature of theirs and Luton’s form means third place… Read more →

The Carlisle View: unbeaten start

Two years ago, Carlisle United were rock bottom of the Football League. They had picked up three points from their first eight games and had just endured a disastrous regime of chaos and instability under Graham Kavanagh. Enter Keith Curle. The Bristolian turned results around to keep the Cumbrians up with relative comfort and there… Read more →

Carlisle United Fan Questions

The Football Lab interviewed Carlisle United supporter Jack Cousin, ahead of the new season. You can follow Jack on Twitter @J4ck_C0u51n. You finished 20th last season. Having just come down from League One, do you reflect on that campaign as a disappointing one? Very disappointing. Signings of Billy Paynter, Danny Kearns and Gary Dicker, at… Read more →