CURLE RE­FUSES TO PANIC AF­TER

The Football League Paper - - LEAGUE TWO - By Matt Hill

CARLISLE boss Keith Curle is con­vinced a big re­sult is just around the cor­ner for his side af­ter they were forced to set­tle for a come­back point against a re­silient AFC Wim­ble­don at Brun­ton Park.

The Cum­bri­ans are still search­ing for their first win of this league cam­paign, and had star marks­men Jabo Ibehre to thank af­ter his sev­enth strike in five games can­celled out Andy Bar­cham’s goal to share the spoils.

But Curle is re­fus­ing to push the panic but­ton in search of a first vic­tory.

“I know that the way we are play­ing, and the per­son­nel we have in that dress­ing room, a win is com­ing,” he said.

“It cer­tainly isn’t a mon­key on our backs.

“It needs to come sooner rather than later, but I know it’s go­ing to. Some­one is go­ing to be end of a 4-0 or 5-0 once ev­ery­thing clicks.

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