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Carlisle United manager Graham Kavanagh says his side are looking forward to the new season which starts on Saturday 9 August.
Carlisle United boss Graham Kavanagh says there's new belief at the club ahead of this season's kick off.
The Irishman was speaking as hundreds of people, of all ages, headed to Brunton Park this afternoon for the club's family fun day.
Carlisle United are staging an open training session to the public as part of a club 'fun day'.
Hundreds of people are expected at Brunton Park this afternoon for the event.
Carlisle United are opening their doors to the public just weeks before the new season kicks off. Hundreds of people are expected at Brunton Park between 11am and 3pm to meet the manager and the players and take part in various activities.
Carlisle United's players are back in training preparing for life in League Two.
The new look squad are hoping to bounce back from the disappointment of last year's relegation and manager Graham Kavanagh is relishing the prospect of his first full campaign in charge.
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Defender Troy Archibald-Henville was on loan at Carlisle United but is now one of the five new signings for the summer.
His loan period with Carlisle United was previously cut short due to knee surgery. However, he says the decision to stay with the team full time was an 'easy decision'.
Billy Paynter is another new signing for Carlisle United.
Although he's optimistic about the club, he admits the training can be a bit of a struggle:
Among the five new signings this summer for Carlisle United is Billy Paynter.
The striker, from the Doncaster Rovers, is hoping to bring a medal back at the end of the season.
He tells fans what they can expect from him:
CUFC's new signing, Antony Sweeney, believes that with a little hard work the club can have its 'fresh start'.
The Blues were relegated last season and they've just returned to training as they prepare for life in League Two.
They have made five new signings so far this summer and Antony Sweeney is one of them.
Below he tells fans what to expect from him: