Carlisle United fans are preparing for the second leg of their play-off tie with Exeter on Thursday.
The Blues fought back from 3-1 down, to make it 3 all at yesterday's match.
The game was played in front of the club's biggest home crowd of the season - nearly 10,000 fans.
Many supporters feel the comeback bodes well for a trip to Wembley to end the season.
The fact that we came back to three all...so much strength, so much character. I actually think we are going to win the next leg I really do. 100% we'll do it at Exeter it is worth it."
The high pressure world of football is no exception when it comes to mental health issues.
Gazza, Stan Collymore and most recently Everton's Aaron Lennon have had high profile struggles.
As part of our series of reports for Mental Health Awareness Week, our reporter, Ryan Dollard, takes a look at the work Carlisle United are doing to provide support for the community:
Carlisle United Captain Danny Grainger, with the help of his long-faced friend, told our reporter Ryan Dollard his top three home games as a fan ahead of his biggest game as a player, and he wasn't horsing about:
It was all laughs as our reporter, Ryan Dollard, tried to interview Carlisle United FC Captain, Danny Grainger, the other day.
He was finding it hard to conduct himself while his teammates and kids were making fun of him from behind the camera.
So he decided to get his own back...
Bradford City has placed a bid for the United player, sparking speculation around a £250,000 release clause in his contract.Read the full story ›
Carlisle United manager Keith Curle says he won't be forced to lose key players in the transfer window.
The Blues boss says he has his eye on a number of targets and won't have to sell any key assets unless the price is right.
We're in a good position whereby any transfers that we do, we are in control of. If we need to sell somebody or want to sell somebody, it is because it is good business for us."
Newcastle United defender Macaulay Gillesphey has agreed a third half-season loan deal with Carlisle United, keeping him at Brunton Park until the end of the season.
21-year-old Gillesphey initially joined the Blues on a short-term loan deal in September 2015 .
He rejoined the team for pre-season in July and has so far added 22 appearances to the 27 he made for the club last season.
We see ourselves as very much a part of Macaulay’s medium and long term development. He has some excellent attributes and he’s shown us recently that he has versatility and adaptability by playing in a role which is unfamiliar to him."
Carlisle United manager, Keith Curle, says he's looking forward to the January transfer window.
The United boss won't have a blank chequebook and will have to be creative in order to improve his squad:
A devoted Carlisle United fan has immortalised the Blues manager in a tattoo.
The portrait of Keith Curle appears inside the lyrics 'Mysterious Curle, I wanna play 3-5-2' - which was part of a trending hashtag on Twitter #ReplaceSongLyricsWithCurle.
As for where the tattoo is... well, let's just say it's been the butt of all the jokes.
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Our sports reporter, Ryan Dollard, got Carlisle United's Jason Kennedy to dish up some dirt on his teammates: