Apr 5 2011 By Jacob Murtagh
KARLEIGH Osborne may have to move house after Brentford's defeat in Sunday's JPT final.
The centre-back couldn't end 69 years of Wembley heartache for the Bees as Peter Murphy's first-half effort earned Carlisle victory.
Osborne held his hands up for the goal after letting his marker loose for the winner as the Cumbrians made up for last year's final disappointment.
To make matter worse for the 23-year-old, he lives on the same road as Wembley, and will have to relive the pain every day on his way to training.
And he joked that he may have to up sticks from the gaff he only moved to less than a year ago.
"It's going to be horrible memories now," he said, "so maybe I'll have to move out!
"It's a hard thing to take. We know we didn't play to our potential.
"We've been playing some really good stuff lately, but unfortunately in the first-half we didn't do that.
"We were a lot better after the break, but couldn't break them down."
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