In League One as a whole in that period there were a total of 641 player transactions, of which 122 involved the use of an agent, the total agents' fees for those 122 deals being £505,305. 19 clubs of the 24 committed to pay the services of a licensed agent, with the five who didn't being Blackpool, Cheltenham, Crewe, Huddersfield and Port Vale.
So, onto Carlisle's wheeling and dealings in that six month period, the Cumbrians were involved in 29 total player transactions. Those spilt into ten new registrations or transfers, eleven updated contracts, one cancelled contract and seven loan signings. United's total spend of £5,500 on agents' fees is up by £2,380 from the £3,120 spent in the preceeding six month period from January to July 2006.
Of the 19 clubs that did pay for the services of a licensed agent the Blues come out 14th lowest in total spend. Bristol City and Millwall leading the way with mind-boggling spends of £127,980 and £78,140 respectively, with Yeovil Town not much further behind with, for the size of the club, an alarmingly large £50,665.
The spreadsheet for all divisions can be found here