Woking Searching To Kick-Start Next Winning Streak

By Jacob Greenwood If football is a game of two halves, then Woking’s start to the season could be described as a season of two halves, so far. From sitting top at the end of August The Cards went through September without a win and started October with a draw against Wrexham yesterday. You can feel the frustration amongst supporters, players and the management team, … Continue reading Woking Searching To Kick-Start Next Winning Streak

Give A Little Respect To…..The Cards

By Jacob Greenwood Whether your jam is more Aretha Franklin or Erasure, this week we want to talk about respect. Fives games into the new season and other than the early loss to Aldershot Town, Woking haven’t put a foot wrong. Dowse admitted that The Cards were somewhat of a ‘surprise package’ after wins against Harrogate Town, Chestfield and Fylde, who were all strongly tipped … Continue reading Give A Little Respect To…..The Cards

Rollercoaster First Week For The Cards Ends On Harrogate High

By Jacob Greenwood Football is officially back, and it hasn’t been a quiet week for The Cards. In fact, the highs and lows of football were summed up in the last week. Curtain Raiser In East London Dagenham away has become somewhat of an important stage, and a happy hunting ground, for Woking in the last few years – and so it should be if … Continue reading Rollercoaster First Week For The Cards Ends On Harrogate High

Jolley Praises Cards’ Determination As Woking Record Sixth Straight League Win

By Jacob Greenwood Cards midfielder Christian Jolley praised the impact of manager Alan Dowson’s substitutions and the sides’ determination to grind out results following Saturday’s 2-0 victory over Eastbourne Borough. Toby Edser sent the home side into an early lead before a Tom Gardiner own goal sealed the three points for Woking in the second half. Despite the comfortable scoreline, Jolley believes Eastbourne caused problems … Continue reading Jolley Praises Cards’ Determination As Woking Record Sixth Straight League Win

Reviewing the 2017/18 Woking squad – who should stay and who should go?

By Glen Harrington It’s hard to believe quite what has happened to the Cards this season. Sitting in third place in the National League table after 15 games, with a squad assembled by the seemingly promising new management team of Anthony Limbrick and Jason Goodliffe, it was a group of players that looked set to challenge for a play-off place ahead of schedule – just … Continue reading Reviewing the 2017/18 Woking squad – who should stay and who should go?

Blog: Changing of the guard – Credit where credit is due

By Jacob Greenwood When you talk about years in football, it is usually looked at in terms of seasons and not calendar years, but as 2017 comes to a close, it’s hard not to look back on what has been an interesting 12 months at Kingfield. It took an unbeaten last month of the season to ensure our place in the National League for the … Continue reading Blog: Changing of the guard – Credit where credit is due

Getting To Know Hartlepool United

By Jacob Greenwood Woking welcome Hartlepool United to Kingfield on Saturday as they look for their fourth win on the bounce. Saturday’s game sees two form sides face off. The Cards came from behind to beat AFC Fylde last week with goals coming from Joe Ward and Jamie Philpott to put themselves top of the form table. Whereas Hartlepool, who had a tough start to … Continue reading Getting To Know Hartlepool United

Exiting Kingfield – Who Has Gone Where and Who Hasn’t

By Jacob Greenwood There has been a flurry of signings in the last week or so at Kingfield as new Cards boss Anthony Limbrick builds his squad for the coming season. But what has happened to the players that ended last season at Kingfield and who might still be signing for The Cards? We take a look at who has gone where so far – … Continue reading Exiting Kingfield – Who Has Gone Where and Who Hasn’t

Hill Wishes Cards ‘All The Best’ Following Departure

By Jacob Greenwood Garry Hill has spoken for the first time since leaving his position at Woking last week and told reporters that there is no animosity from himself towards the club. Hill spent over six years at Kingfield and during that time took The Cards from The National League South to The National League and reflected on recent developments prior to watching Dagenham & … Continue reading Hill Wishes Cards ‘All The Best’ Following Departure