BROWN IS READY TO BAT­TLE AT CARLISLE

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REECE BROWN doesn’t want rel­e­ga­tion on his CV af­ter ex­tend­ing his stay with strug­gling Carlisle un­til the end of the sea­son.

The 22-year-old Wat­ford de­fender, younger brother of Sun­der­land’s Wes, ini­tially signed for a month but will now be avail­able for the Cum­bri­ans’ re­main­ing matches as they fight for sur­vival.

“My brother just tells me to keep work­ing hard, keep be­liev­ing and make sure there is no slop­pi­ness,” said Brown.

“He tells me about con­cen­trat­ing in games and con­cen­trat­ing in train­ing. I want to help Carlisle and I wanted to stay as I feel I have un­fin­ished busi­ness.

“I don’t want rel­e­ga­tion on my CV and that was one of the main rea­sons I wanted to stay at Carlisle as I want to give 100 per cent and try to keep us up.

“I’ve been in this sit­u­a­tion be­fore when I was on loan at Old­ham and we man­aged to stay up.”

RAL­LY­ING CRY: Reece Brown

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