The first team coaching staff at Carlisle United consists of a manager, an assistant manager and a keeper coach ... so let's find out a little bit more about them ...
Assistant Manager - Carlisle United
Experienced midfielder Graham Kavanagh joined Carlisle United for a one month loan spell in October 2008.
This was quickly extended for a further month to provide much needed cover for the injured pairing of Paul Thirlwell and Chris Lumsdon.
Kavanagh, a product of the successful Home Farm Academy in Ireland, has over 650 first team appearances to his name for clubs such as Middlesbrough, Stoke City, Cardiff City, Wigan Athletic, Sunderland and on loan with Sheffield Wednesday.
A full Ireland international, he joined the Black Cats for £500,000 in the summer of 2006 and has enjoyed two spells with the Owls during his stay at the Stadium of Light.
He was appointed as assistant manager to Greg Abbott in the summer of 2010.
Keeper Coach - Carlisle United
Keeper Tony Caig needs absolutely no introduction to Carlisle fans having started his career as a youngster with the club.
Now a full time coach at the club, his career took him from Brunton Park (where he made 284 appearances, including a dramatic penalty shoot out performance at Old Wembley to help his side win the AWS) to Blackpool, Charlton, Hibernian, Newcastle United, Barnsley, Vancouver Whitecaps, Gretna and Workington before making a permanent return to Carlisle at the beginning of the 2010/11 campaign.
Now responsible for the development of the keepers at all levels of the club.