Mar 22, 2014 at 3pm UK at ​Meadow Lane
Notts County
CarlisleCarlisle United
Hollis (33', 47'), Murray (40'), Liddle (70')
Murray (17')
FT(HT: 2-0)
Berrett (57')
Berrett (31'), Chantler (40')

Graham Kavanagh: 'Hard work can keep Carlisle United in League One'

Carlisle assistant manager Graham Kavanagh on the touchline during the League Cup match against Tottenham on September 26, 2012
© Getty Images
Carlisle United manager Graham Kavanagh says that hard work and significant improvements are required if his side are to avoid relegation from League One this season.

Carlisle United manager Graham Kavanagh has said that hard work and significant improvements are required if his side are to avoid relegation this season.

The Cumbrians fell into the League One drop zone on Saturday after losing 4-1 at Notts County - their sixth consecutive game without a win.

"I've asked the players if they were prepared to do the work and the answer was yes," Kavanagh told reporters. "But the talking has to stop. Actions are louder than words. I'm getting all the right feedback but you have to understand a lot of them have never been through this.

"The impact relegation can have on a career can take a long time to get over. It has an impact. We are in the bottom four and the only way we can improve is by working hard.

"If you can't work hard then it's an absolute waste of time. They've done that for the majority of games and all we can do is go again."

Next up for Carlisle is a home clash with relegation rivals Shrewsbury Town on Tuesday night.

Danny Redmond of Carlisle United during the Sky Bet League One match between Coventry City and Carlisle United at Sixfields Stadium on February 18, 2014
Read Next:
Carlisle extend Redmond loan
You May Like
Recomended from Sports Mole

Premier League
League One
League Two
National League
Scottish Premiership
Scottish Championship
Scottish League One
Scottish League Two
La Liga
Serie A
Ligue 1
Major League Soccer