By Jacob Greenwood
Aldershot Town manager Danny Searle paid a visit to Woking’s changing room to clear the air following Saturday’s derby win for The Cards.
Max Kretzschmar’s goal won the game for Woking, sparking celebrations from The Cards at full-time. Searle took exception to Woking captain Josh Casey’s celebrations and stormed after him – triggering a melee between both sets of players and coaching staff.
Both managers played down the incident and The Shots manager told the home side’s official media team he had gone to diffuse tensions following a passionate cup tie:
“I was having an argument with their left back [Josh Casey] and the next thing I knew there was 40 people on the pitch. It was all handbags. I went into their dressing room after the game and spoke to Dowse and said no hard feelings.”
Woking came from behind to secure their place in the FA Cup First Round. The draw will be made on Monday.
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