Chandler’s delighted with special delivery

NEWS & STAR COLUMN 19.08.21 Blues fans are overjoyed to be back at games again. But one supporter, who cannot be there, is also ‘celebrating’. Chandler Caudill, who lives in Florida was delighted to hear there is a special delivery on the way to him. CUOSC have arranged for the ‘Face in the Crowd’ board […]

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‘Taking the knee’ – we support our players

News and Star column 12.08.21 It is hard to fathom why some Blues fans felt the need to boo their own team when they ‘took the knee’ before Saturday’s match with Colchester. It must have been distressing for the players – some of them making their debut – and may even have detrimentally affected performances. […]

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Young Blues are hungry for success

NEWS & STAR column 05.08.21 Saturday cannot come quick enough for Blues fans. With Covid restrictions lifted they have been eagerly awaiting the start of the new season and a return to Brunton Park. United have slashed ticket prices for their opening League Two match against Colchester and are hoping a good turnout will help […]

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Board Meeting Summary – June 2021

Held online via Zoom, Wednesday June 30, 2021 There were no apologies. Finances were solid with over £12,500 in the bank, most of which was ring-fenced as Carlisle REUnited funds. Membership stood at 436. We would start promoting renewals from this week with the membership year end coming up at the end of July. Our […]

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Board Meeting Summary – May 2021

Held online via Zoom on May 26 & May 30 Malcolm Clarke, chair of the Football Supporters’ Association (FSA) attended the beginning of the meeting. He described the process being followed by the Government’s ‘fan-led’ review into football. The FSA would make a series of submissions, and each supporters’ trust would be able to submit […]

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Succession in ownership of CUFC

At our members meeting in November last year Jim Mitchell spoke about potential ownership change. He felt able to do so because he was covering ground that was already in the public domain. What he said was that CUOSC, the Club’s other owners and a third party (now identified by John Nixon as EWM) had […]

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