2009–10 Carlisle United F.C. season

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Carlisle United F.C.
2009–10 season
ChairmanAndrew Jenkins
Manager Greg Abbott
Stadium Brunton Park
League One 14th
FA Cup Third Round
League Cup Third Round
Football League Trophy Runners-up
  2008–09
2010–11  

For the 2009–10 season, Carlisle United F.C. competed in Football League One.

Contents

First team squad

Players ages are as of 1 August 2009 [1]

No.NameNat.Place of birthDate of birth (Age)Signed fromNote
Goalkeepers
1 Adam Collin Flag of England.svg Penrith 9 December 1984 (aged 24) Workington
39 Mark Gillespie Flag of England.svg Newcastle upon Tyne 27 March 1992 (aged 17) Newcastle United
40 Lenny Pidgeley Flag of England.svg Twickenham 7 February 1984 (aged 25) Millwall
Defenders
2 David Raven Flag of England.svg Birkenhead 10 March 1985 (aged 24) Liverpool
3 Evan Horwood Flag of England.svg Billingham 10 March 1986 (aged 23) Sheffield United
5 Danny Livesey Flag of England.svg Salford 31 December 1984 (aged 24) Bolton Wanderers
6 Peter Murphy Flag of Ireland.svg Dublin 27 October 1980 (aged 28) Blackburn Rovers
13Simon Lakeland Flag of England.svg Preston 13 August 1991 (aged 17)
14 Ian Harte Flag of Ireland.svg Drogheda 31 August 1977 (aged 31) Blackpool
16 Joshua Gowling Flag of England.svg Coventry 29 November 1983 (aged 25) A.F.C. Bournemouth signed for Gillingham in August 2009 [2]
19 Tom Aldred Flag of Scotland.svg Flag of England.svg Bolton 11 September 1990 (aged 18)
21 Richard Keogh Flag of Ireland.svg Flag of England.svg Harlow 11 August 1986 (aged 22) Bristol City
23 Tony Kane Ulster Banner.svg Belfast 29 August 1987 (aged 21) Blackburn Rovers
29Steven Swinglehurst Flag of England.svg Carlisle 23 October 1992 (aged 16)
Midfielders
4 Marc Bridge-Wilkinson Flag of England.svg Nuneaton 16 March 1979 (aged 30) Bradford City
7 Joe Anyinsah Flag of England.svg Bristol 8 October 1984 (aged 24) Preston North End
8 Graham Kavanagh Flag of Ireland.svg Dublin 2 December 1973 (aged 35) Sunderland
10 Matty Robson Flag of England.svg Coxhoe 23 January 1985 (aged 24) Hartlepool United
11 Paul Thirlwell Flag of England.svg Washington 13 February 1979 (aged 30) Derby County
12 Tom Taiwo Flag of England.svg Pudsey 27 February 1990 (aged 19) Chelsea
15 Gavin Rothery Flag of England.svg Morley 22 September 1987 (aged 21) Harrogate Town
16 Ben Marshall Flag of England.svg Salford 29 March 1991 (aged 18)on loan from Stoke City
17 Cleveland Taylor Flag of Jamaica.svg Flag of England.svg Leicester 9 September 1983 (aged 25) Scunthorpe United signed for Brentford in August 2009 [3]
18Conor Tinnion Flag of England.svg Whitehaven 4 March 1991 (aged 18)released in April 2010 [4]
20Jonny Blake Flag of England.svg Lancaster 4 February 1991 (aged 18)released in April 2010 [4]
22 Michael Burns Flag of England.svg Huyton 4 October 1988 (aged 20) Bolton Wanderers
24 Kevan Hurst Flag of England.svg Chesterfield 27 August 1985 (aged 23) Scunthorpe United
Forwards
9 Scott Dobie Flag of Scotland.svg Flag of England.svg Workington 10 October 1978 (aged 30) Nottingham Forest
16 Vincent Péricard Flag of France.svg Flag of Cameroon.svg Obala 3 October 1982 (aged 26) Stoke City signed for Swindon Town in January 2010 [5]
17 Richard Offiong Flag of England.svg South Shields 17 December 1983 (aged 25) Hamilton Academical
25 Adam Clayton Flag of England.svg Manchester 14 January 1989 (aged 20)on loan from Manchester City
26 Andy Cook Flag of England.svg Bishop Auckland 18 October 1990 (aged 18)
27 Darryl Duffy Flag of Scotland.svg Glasgow 16 April 1984 (aged 25)on loan from Bristol Rovers
28 Gary Madine Flag of England.svg Gateshead August 24, 1990 (aged 18)
30 Ryan Bowman Flag of England.svg Carlisle 30 November 1991 (aged 17)
31 Jason Price Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg Aberdare 12 April 1977 (aged 32)on loan from Millwall

Competitions

League One

League table

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPts
12 Milton Keynes Dons 46179206068860
13 Brighton & Hove Albion 461514175660459
14 Carlisle United 461513186366358
15 Yeovil Town 461314195559453
16 Oldham Athletic 4613132039571852
Source: The Football League
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal difference; 3) number of goals scored.

Results

8 August 2009 Carlisle United 1–3 Brentford Brunton Park
15:00Attendance: 5,913
15 August 2009 Millwall 0–0 Carlisle United The New Den
15:00Attendance: 7,782
18 August 2010 Stockport County 1–2 Carlisle United Edgeley Park
19:45
22 August 2009 Carlisle United 0–1 Exeter City Brunton Park
15:00
29 August 2009 Leyton Orient 2–2 Carlisle United Matchroom Stadium
15:00
5 September 2009 Carlisle United 3–0 Tranmere Rovers Brunton Park
15:00
12 September 2009 Carlisle United 0–2 Brighton & Hove Albion Brunton Park
15:00
19 September 2009 Oldham Athletic 2–0 Carlisle United Boundary Park
15:00
26 September 2009 Carlisle United 1–1 Southampton Brunton Park
15:00
29 September 2009 Leeds United 1–1 Carlisle United Elland Road
19:45
3 October 2009 Walsall 2–2 Carlisle United Banks's Stadium
15:00
10 October 2009 Carlisle United 0–1 Norwich City Brunton Park
15:00
17 October 2009 Yeovil Town 3–1 Carlisle United Huish Park
15:00
24 October 2009 Carlisle United 2–1 Southend United Brunton Park
15:00
31 October 2009 Carlisle United 3–1 Charlton Athletic Brunton Park
15:00
14 November 2009 Bristol Rovers 3–2 Carlisle United Memorial Stadium
15:00
21 November 2009 Carlisle United 0–1 Swindon Town Brunton Park
15:00
24 November 2009 Milton Keynes Dons 3–4 Carlisle United Stadium:mk
19:45
1 December 2009 Carlisle United 3–2 Hartlepool United Brunton Park
19:45
5 December 2009 Gillingham 0–0 Carlisle United KRBS Priestfield Stadium
15:00
12 December 2009 Carlisle United 1–0 Wycombe Wanderers Brunton Park
15:00
28 December 2009 Tranmere Rovers 0–0 Carlisle United Prenton Park
15:00
16 January 2010 Brentford 3–1 Carlisle United Griffin Park
15:00
23 January 2010 Carlisle United 0–0 Stockport County Brunton Park
15:00
26 January 2010 Exeter City 2–3 Carlisle United St James Park
19:45
30 January 2010 Carlisle United 2–2 Leyton Orient Brunton Park
15:00
2 February 2010 Colchester United 2–1 Carlisle United St Mary's Stadium
19:45
6 February 2010 Huddersfield Town 1–1 Carlisle United Kirklees Stadium
15:00
13 February 2010 Carlisle United 5–0 Milton Keynes Dons Brunton Park
15:00
16 February 2010 Carlisle United 1–2 Huddersfield Town Brunton Park
19:45
20 February 2010 Swindon Town 2–0 Carlisle United County Ground
15:00
23 February 2010 Hartlepool United 4–1 Carlisle United Victoria Park, Hartlepool
19:45
27 February 2010 Carlisle United 2–0 Gillingham Brunton Park
15:00
6 March 2010 Hartlepool 0–0 Carlisle United Adams Park
15:00
9 March 2010 Carlisle United 1–3 Millwall Brunton Park
19:45
13 March 2010 Carlisle United 2–1 Colchester United Brunton Park
15:00
16 March 2010 Carlisle United 1–0 Yeovil Town Brunton Park
19:45
20 March 2010 Southend United 2–2 Carlisle United Roots Hall
15:00
2 April 2010 Carlisle United 3–1 Bristol Rovers Brunton Park
19:45
5 April 2010 Charlton Athletic 1–0 Carlisle United The Valley
15:00
10 April 2010 Brighton and Hove Albion 1–2 Carlisle United Falmer Stadium
15:00
13 April 2010 Carlisle United 1–3 Leeds United Brunton Park
19:45
17 April 2010 Carlisle United 1–2 Oldham Athletic Brunton Park
15:00
24 April 2010 Southampton 3–2 Carlisle United St Mary's Stadium
15:00
1 May 2010 Carlisle United 1–1 Walsall Brunton Park
15:00
8 May 2010 Norwich City 0–2 Carlisle United Carrow Road
15:00

FA Cup

7 November 2009Round 1 Carlisle United 2–2 Morecambe Brunton Park
15:00Attendance: 4,181
17 November 2009Round 1 Replay Morecambe 0–1 Carlisle United Christie Park
19:45Attendance: 3,307
28 November 2009Round 2 Carlisle United 3–2 Norwich City Brunton Park
15:00Attendance: 3,946
2 January 2010Round 3 Everton 3–1 Carlisle United Goodison Park
15:00Attendance: 3,005

League Cup

11 August 2009Round 1 Carlisle United 1–0 Oldham Athletic Brunton Park
19:45Attendance: 2,509
26 August 2009Round 2 Bristol City 0–2 Carlisle United Ashton Gate Stadium
19:45Attendance: 6,359
22 September 2009Round 3 Carlisle United 1–3 Portsmouth Brunton Park
19:45Attendance: 7,042

Football League Trophy

1 September 2009Round 2 Morecambe 2–2
(2–4 p)
Carlisle United Globe Arena
19:45Attendance: 2,016
6 October 2009Round 2 Carlisle United 4–2 Macclesfield Town Brunton Park
19:45Attendance: 1,753
10 November 2009Quarter Final Chesterfield 1–3 Carlisle United Saltergate
19:45Attendance: 2,878
15 December 2009Semi Final Carlisle United 3–0 Bradford City Brunton Park
19:45Attendance: 3,176
19 January 2010Area Final Leg 1 Leeds United 1–2 Carlisle United Elland Road
19:45Attendance: 13,011
9 February 2010Area Final Leg 2 Carlisle United 2–3
(6–5 p)
Leeds United Brunton Park
19:00Attendance: 9,430
28 March 2010Final Southampton 4–1 Carlisle United Wembley Stadium
13:30Attendance: 73,476

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