Date: 10th February 2016 at 7:59am
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Carlisle and Yeovil, following the FA misconduct charge, have both had it confirmed they were fined £3,000 and £2,000, respectively, following ‘the brawl’ in the FA Cup tie last month.

As ‘both clubs failed to ensure their players conducted themselves in an orderly fashion’ these fines were handed out, which Yeovil had admitted to the charge ‘with mitigation’ but Carlisle had denied but the Independent Regulatory Commission found United guilty at the hearing last Thursday.

Of course both clubs were, as always happens, ‘warned as to their future conduct’ too.

That wasn’t such good news Brandon Comley would be hopeful of giving Carlisle some though as he said, speaking ahead of the weekend, he would like to extend his loan with United beyond the initial one-month spell.

Carlisle brought Comley in from QPR with the midfielder scheduled to return to his parent club on 20th February but he’s already said he hopes to stay at Brunton Park, telling the BBC.

‘It’d be a great opportunity for me to stay here and play some games. Everyone up here is welcoming so I’d love to stay up here. I think what everyone wants is for me to just develop and get better and that’s what I want for myself – just to play games and give it my all every day.’

If Keith Curle agrees you tend to think a loan extension should be in order?

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