The head coach of Carlisle United, Graham Kavanagh has a released a large number of player during this summer transfer window as he wants to trim his squad and make it more compact by allowing some of the dead weight on leaving the club. There have been however a few players in the squad who have opted to extend their stay with Carlisle United which is the case of the midfielders Paul Thirlwell and James Berrett.
James Berrett prolong his career at Carlisle United by accepting a new contract that will allow him to stay performing with the club for 2 more years while the 35 year old midfielder Paul Thirlwell is expected to sign a 1 year contract extension.
The relegation that Graham Kavanagh and his club suffered has made the tactician take a twist in the squad as a large number of changes and switches keep on happening but it’s with the ultimate objective of improving the squad and earning a promotion spot back to League One.
Dan Hanford is a new arrival that will be making his way to Carlisle United after being snatched up on a free transfer. Hanford is a 23 year old shot-stopper that has already worked alongside the first team coach Tony Caig on a number of occasions and Gravam Kavanagh revealed details concerning the new player.
“He knows what to expect. It’s obviously a position we’ve been looking at since we released Greg Fleming He’s looked good in training and he’s starting to understand the way we’re trying to work.” Kavanagh told the club’s website.
A few more arrivals are expected to make their way into Carlisle United as well as the future of certain players in the squad will be decided within the next few days or weeks.