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CUFC: FA Cup tie with Peterborough United

Carlisle United manager says they're looking forward to their first round FA Cup tie with Peterborough United.

It's a tough tie against higher-ranked opposition. Although Keith Curle insists that their priority is to stay in the Football League, they're going to try their best for a cup run.

Our reporter Ryan Dollard also managed to get an interview with Curle's daughter who's already picked her favourite player.

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New Carlisle United stadium by 2018?

In an exclusive interview Carlisle United Managing Director John Nixon tells ITV Border he would like the club to be in a new stadium by 2018.

He also says the feel good-factor is back at Brunton Park and despite a turbulent start to League 2 he's still hopeful about making the play-offs.

Watch an extended version of his interview with Katie Hunter:

Carlisle still aiming for League 2 play-offs

Managing Director John Nixon Credit: ITV News Border

Carlisle United Managing Director John Nixon says the club remains ambitious despite a poor start to the season.

United are still hovering above the relegation zone but Nixon says the play-offs are still a possibility: "It's a big ask at this stage of the season but it's early days and we think we've still got a chance."

Nixon denied that hiring Graham Kavanagh was a mistake and said he believes the former Carlisle manager will be successful in the future.

Watch the full interview with John Nixon at 6pm on Lookaround.

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