World News – GB – George McVitie: Biggest clubs will watch Mellish


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With a quarter of the season gone, Carlisle is fifth, just one point away from third place.

The win over Newport on Tuesday night was a great way to bounce back from their six-game unbeaten streak ending in Exeter last Saturday

Her side showed a lot of character to bounce back after losing a game they could have won in Devon by beating the league leaders three days later

It looked like it should have been over at halftime on Tuesday, the number of chances and the amount of possession Carlisle had

Beech will be disappointed to concede two late goals He will explain to them how to handle the game

Even at Exeter Carlisle could have won it in the first half Outside of the opener at Cambridge United have been very strong in terms of possession and chances

From the first whistle they seem to bring the game to the opposition, even in away games

Jon Mellish scored two more goals against Newport It’s amazing – I remember he took a lot of stick after the loss at Scunthorpe when his loose pass led to their winning goal If he continues like this fans will have lucky if he’s still in Carlisle when they’re allowed to come back

Hope we go to Hayes and Yeading in the FA Cup on Sunday with the same attitude we showed in the league games

The hardest part against non-league teams is the first 20 minutes or half an hour They will come out with so much enthusiasm

They will have been built since the draw If there is a shock, it is usually in the early stages

The longer the game lasts, the more you would expect the league’s fitness to show up Especially with a side like Hayes and Yeading, who are three steps away from the Carlisle Pyramid.

They would’ve had a full house Playing behind closed doors should benefit Carlisle

As a player I don’t think I’ve ever lost to a non-league team But the possibility is in the back of your mind

You see managers losing to teams outside the league, then losing their jobs As a player, it’s pride Carlisle has a good record against non-league teams But you still get shocks in the FA Cup, and that’s part of his magic

The last few weeks have seen a lot of games and a lot of travel, a lot of physical and mental energy drained

I think Beech will be happy for a few days to clear up all the worries

Lots of people say we’re lucky to have some football during the lockdown

Watching games on TV or on the internet will be the highlight of the week for hardened fans.If they are feeling down, they will always have this in mind

I will be watching a lot of sports Locking out is hard on people especially this time of year Whatever your opinion, all we can do is make the most of it and get through it

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World News – GB – George McVitie: Biggest clubs will watch Mellish


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