Defender Michael Raynes has turned down a new contract with Carlisle United to sign for Crewe Alexandra.
The 29-year-old joined the Blues in the summer of 2015.
He made a total of 97 appearances and scored six goals during his two-year stint at Brunton Park and was the club’s vice captain.
"Michael has been fantastic for us, both with how he's been as an individual and with his presence for us in the dressing room and out on the pitch.
"He's a great character who demands high standards of himself and of others and he was an excellent captain and vice captain through his time here.
"I'm sure he will go on to have an equally positive impact when he takes on his next challenge."
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Gavin Skelton has joined the coaching team at Carlisle United.
The former Queen of the South manager is now the Blues Professional Development Phase Coach.
He came through the Carlisle United Centre of Excellence system as an 8-year-old and played both sides of the border with over 200 appearances for Gretna in a seven-year stay.
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I'm really pleased to get the opportunity and pleased to be at this club and getting started on a new challenge. One thing you want to do as a coach is develop young players and that’s where I really believe my skill set is.
“It’s also a good opportunity to develop myself as a coach as I get to work with some really talented youngsters. Hopefully I’ll be giving them every opportunity to make a career in the game, because that’s what this role is all about.”
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It's the end to a turbulent week for Carlisle United, who lost their League Two play off second leg away to Exeter 3-2.
Keith Curle says after match, he kept the changing room door open so the team could listen to Exeter cheering and celebrating their success.
Carlisle United lost their League Two play off second leg away to Exeter 3-2. It means their hopes of a visit to Wembley stadium, and promotion, this season are over.
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The Blues fought back from 3-1 down, to make it 3 all at yesterday's play-off tie against Exeter.
The game was played in front of the club's biggest home crowd of the season - nearly 10,000 fans.
Here's some highlights of the day, including John O'Sullivan playing it cool: