Carlisle United have started the season with two wins from their first seven games in League Two. You might have expected Keith Curle to be defensive, but here's what he has to say:
Carlisle United will not appeal against the four match ban handed out to defender Troy Archibald-Henville at the weekend.
He was sent off after an injury time incident in their 1-0 victory against Dagenham and Redbridge.
As it's his second red card of the season, he has been banned for four matches and will play no further part in Carlisle's relegation battle at the bottom of League Two.
The club had considered appealing but said the footage of the incident was "too inconclusive."
Carlisle United took a massive step towards saving themselves from relegation from the football league on Saturday with a one nil win over Dagenham and Redbridge.
The man who scored the winner, on loan midfielder told reporters it was the most important goal of his career.
The only goal of Carlisle United's win was scored by on loan midfielder Jason Kennedy. He explained afterwards just what scoring a goal that could be pivotal in keeping United out of the conference meant to him.
With three League wins in a row and three clean sheets, Keith Curle has made an instant impact on a Carlisle United side that looked devoid of belief just a few short weeks ago when they were rooted to the bottom of the football league. He says that he has done nothing radical, and that a focus on keeping things simple and player's application is behind the upturn in fortunes.