CUOSC committed to change of control

NEWS & STAR COLUMN 11.11.21 CUOSC this week restated their position regarding change of control at United.  We published a statement on our website where we tried to explain some of the difficulties we face. We would urge all fans to read it. We emphasised that we are not an obstacle to the type of change […]

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Long distance love from Norway

NEWS & STAR COLUMN 23.09.21 A few Carlisle fans got together recently to watch the Blues in action on iFollow. Nothing unusual about that, you may think – except they were across the North Sea in Norway. It was the first meeting of United’s Scandinavian supporters club since the outbreak of the pandemic. And, although […]

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News & Star column 15.04.21

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‘There are not many of us but we are everywhere.’ Those words will always be attributed to late Carlisle fan and author Mick Mitchell. And they have never been better illustrated than during the Covid pandemic. Fans from around the globe have continued to follow the Blues and CUOSC’s Carlisle REUnited campaign. We have supporters […]

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News & Star column 25.03. 21

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CUOSC board members were last week given an insight into how football clubs could – and should – become more accountable to fans. Mark Middling, a lecturer at Northumbria University in Newcastle, is hoping to gain a Doctorate in Business Administration with a thesis entitled ‘Accounting for Fans, re-addressing the social contract of football.’ He […]

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News & Star column 03.12.20

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Still looking for a Christmas present for a Carlisle United supporting friend or relative? At CUOSC we have a couple of options for you that you might wish to consider. Although a limited number of fans are now allowed back in Brunton Park we are still promoting ‘Face in the Crowd’ – a chance for […]

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News & Star column 08.10.2020

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CUOSC’s ‘Carlisle REUnited’ campaign passed an important milestone this week when donations topped the £10,000 mark. The fund has been given a boost by the Face in the Crowd initiative that has gone down well with fans and is being run jointly with the club. Over 110 supporters had their faces – upper body cut-outs […]

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