Carlisle United relegated after 3-0 defeat

Carlisle United lost 3-0 to League One champions Wolves on the final day of the season, confirming their relegation to League Two next season.

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CUFC supporter joins 'elite club'

Carlisle United's season may look set to end in disappointment but one supporter has made it a memorable one.

Brian Little from Appleby reached a historic milestone at Tuesday's midweek game against Crawley Town.

Brian has had a memorable season despite United's chances looking bleak Credit: ITV Border

He joined the elite club of people who have visited all 92 football league grounds and has now seen a game at every league ground in England.

Carlisle draw 0-0 at Crawley

Going to the wire: Graham Kavanagh's men must now beat Wolves on the last day of the season.

Carlisle's battle to stay in League One continued tonight as they travelled to mid-table Crawley.

Liam Noble's shot hit the bar after 56 minutes but that was the Blues' best chance and it finished goalless.

Carlisle's fate will now be decided this Saturday: they need to beat Wolves away from home and see other results go their way.

You can see more on all the day's action here.


Carlisle now just one defeat from League Two

Carlisle United's defeat means that they need at least a point from their midweek game against Crawley Town to have any hope of avoiding relegation. That would still leave them needing points from the last day of the season when they face League One champions Wolverhampton Wanderers.

Many fans expressed frustration at what they saw as a lacklustre effort from players. Manager Graham Kavanagh insisted that his team gave their all.

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