Carlisle United midfielder Danny Kearns has left the club, after his contract was cancelled by mutual consent.
The 24-year-old signed on a two-year deal in July 2014, but went on to make just 12 appearances.
Danny is a great lad but he’s probably one of the players who hasn’t had as much opportunity to showcase himself as he would have wanted.
He was really unlucky with injuries when I first got here but his attitude throughout has been excellent. We’ve reached a compromise agreement which means he can now move on and hopefully further his career.
He wants to be playing football and his opportunities were limited here. I think this suits all parties and it goes without saying we wish him well as he moves on from Carlisle United.”
Carlisle United fans could be forgiven for already having one eye on their big League Cup trip to Merseyside next month.
But the players need to stay focussed in the search for a first league win of the season. They play Hartlepool tomorrow.
Ahead of the game the Blues boss Keith Curle says its important to encourage the team
Carlisle United will take on Liverpool in the third round of the Capital One Cup on Wednesday 23 September.
5,744 tickets have been allocated to Carlisle fans for the 8pm kick off.
Priority for tickets will be given to Season Ticket holders. Any that remain after this will be offered to membership holders and supporters who also purchased tickets for the Barnet and QPR fixtures. Tickets will then be placed on general sale.
Tickets will be on sale from Sunday 6 September from the East Side of Brunton Park at the Pioneer Foodservice Stand.
On Sunday 6 September the Main Ticket Office will not be open, nor will telephone sales be available.
For more ticket information for the Carlisle v Liverpool game please visit the Carlisle United Website.
Carlisle United are through to the third round of the Capital One Cup after a stunning victory at Loftus Road.
They've beaten Queens Park Rangers, from the Championship, 2-1.
Asamoah and Kennedy scored for the Blues and Thomas scored for QPR.
Defender Tom Miller said he "felt brilliant" after the win.
Keith Curle's men take on Liverpool in the next round.
Carlisle United fans face the longest away trip in the Football League tonight.
The Blues will make a round trip of nearly eight hundred miles to Plymouth Argyle for their fourth game of the new season.
Even though kick-off isn't until quarter to eight, supporters have already left Brunton Park to make their way to Plymouth.
The total journey from Carlisle to Plymouth and back again is thought to take just over 12 hours.
As supporter and players set off for plymouth here are some other journey distance's to put it into perspective.
Carlisle United fans face the longest away trip in the football League tonight when they make the near eight hundred mile round trip to Plymouth Argyle in League Two.
It's United's fourth game of the new season with a cup win and two league draws so far.
Carlisle United fought back to earn a point against Cambridge in a 4-4 thriller at Brunton Park.
New signing Jabo Ibehre scored three of the four goals for Keith Curle's side.
Carlisle United boss Keith Curle said his side 'gave everything' during their 4-4 draw with Cambridge United at Brunton Park this afternoon.
Speaking in his post-match press conference, Curle said:
There's something building in that dressing room.
Rome wasn't built in a day and Carlisle wasn't rebuilt in a summer.
We're going to entertain. You've seen a team there give everything.
Your team today - Gillespie, Miller, Grainger, Raynes, Brough, Thompson, Hery, Kennedy, Joyce, Wyke, Ibehre #cufc