By Jacob Greenwood Following a narrow defeat to Chesterfield, Woking face eight more league matches before the conclusion of the regular season. The gap between The Cards and eighth-placed Wealdstone stands at 13 points and gives Darren Sarll’s side a great chance of reaching the National League playoffs for the first time. In part two of the fans roundtable, we asked our panel, Will Bewsey … Continue reading Fans Roundtable Pt 2: The Playoffs & Next Season
By Jacob Greenwood For the first time in a long time, as we turn the corner from winter into spring, Woking have something to play for and the big games keep on coming. You know something is bubbling at Kingfield when BT Sport (finally) acknowledge our existence and Saturday’s home game against Chesterfield, which is live on TV, is set up perfectly. However, regardless of … Continue reading Cardinals 1887 Fans Roundtable
By Jacob Greenwood The modern set up of non-league football has meant longevity is a often a rarity. Despite that, in recent times a select bunch have racked up 100 games for The Cards. In this new feature, Cardinal Centurions, we will speak to some of those players to find out about their time at Kingfield. First up is a player who has had two … Continue reading Cardinal Centurions: John Goddard
By Jacob Greenwood Woking skipper Josh Casey believes the club will be in a strong position when football finally returns after the Covid-19 pandemic. Casey, who scooped Manager’s, Players’ and Fans’ ‘Player of the Year’ last season, told the Half Time Oranges Podcast that The Cards will be better positioned than clubs that have spent beyond their means: “I think Woking will be in a … Continue reading Woking Will Be In A Strong Position After Pandemic – Josh Casey
By Jacob Greenwood No Woking fan will thank you for reminding them of the 2008/09 season. The talk in pre-season was of Project 3000, an ambitious plan to get promoted within three seasons and a fresh start under new manager Kim Grant. However, the reality was very different. The Cards failed to pick up a win in their first eight league games and Grant was … Continue reading The Class Of 08/09 – Where Are They Now?
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
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
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
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?
By Jacob Greenwood League One outfit Bury visit Kingfield on Sunday in The FA Cup First Round in what could be a classic cup tie. The Shakers, who are without a manager after parting company with Lee Clark, sit second from bottom in the league and have struggled on the road so far this season. Anthony Limbrick’s side will also be looking to get back … Continue reading Getting to know Bury