Retail Shake-Up In The Works As Kit Vote Outcome Approaches

By Jacob Greenwood Within the next 24 hours it will be announced whether Adidas or Puma has been chosen as the next kit and merchandise provider for The Cards. The deadline for voting has now passed as fans wait for the outcome, in what is believed to be a tighter race than the new badge polling last month. The fans’ vote is thought to be … Continue reading Retail Shake-Up In The Works As Kit Vote Outcome Approaches

FOI Reveals No Additional Council Agreement With Developer

By Jacob Greenwood A FOI request has revealed that there is currently no agreement between GolDev and Woking Borough Council (WBC) for the newly proposed scheme at Kingfield. Following the rejection of GolDev’s Cardinals Court plans, new designs were drawn up that included 168 residential units made up of flats and townhouses. The developer announced the plans and encouraged feedback to be shared by early … Continue reading FOI Reveals No Additional Council Agreement With Developer

The Modern Day Crest & The Inevitable Gripe

By Jacob Greenwood English football is steeped in history and tradition, it’s what makes it so attractive to fans both at home and abroad. However, it’s because of this that changes to core pillars of clubs can cause friction. Rarely will you see a club look to rebrand itself and be met with glowing praise. Whether it changes to the kit, stadium or in Woking’s … Continue reading The Modern Day Crest & The Inevitable Gripe

Blog: The Great American Opportunity

Blog by Jacob Greenwood Mention investment to football fans, especially at their club, and it’s likely they’ll be day dreaming of an open chequebook policy and back-to-back promotions. Sometimes it works, but other times these ambitious projects can fail and leave clubs further from where they started – just ask Wigan, Blackpool or Portsmouth fans, and they’ll tell you to be cautious when ambitious owners … Continue reading Blog: The Great American Opportunity

Cardinal Centurions: Craig Ross

By Jacob Greenwood The second Cardinal Centurion that we have spoken to is Woking’s number one, Craig Ross. Craig celebrated 100 games for The Cards over the Christmas period and we have taken a look back at his time with the club and his plans for the future. Hi Craig, Congratulations on reaching 100 games for Woking and becoming a Cardinal Centurion! You started out … Continue reading Cardinal Centurions: Craig Ross

Jarvis Answer Tyler’s Kingfield Call

By Jacob Greenwood Matt Jarvis has revealed an unexpected phone call from Martin Tyler was the first step in getting him to sign for The Cards. Jarvis signed in late February and told the Football Times podcast that the first he knew of the club’s interest in him was when he was predominantly concentrating on his punditry career. He explained:  “I got a call out … Continue reading Jarvis Answer Tyler’s Kingfield Call

Shots Manager Visits Cards’ Changing Room Following Feisty End To FA Cup Tie

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 … Continue reading Shots Manager Visits Cards’ Changing Room Following Feisty End To FA Cup Tie

Behind The Scenes On A COVID-Secure Match Day

By Jacob Greenwood The 2020/21 season finally got underway last weekend following confirmation that a support package would be provided by the UK government. Away from the corridors of power, an army of volunteers have been hard at work to make grounds COVID-secure. We caught up with Woking supporter and COVID-19 Officer Nick Davidson to find out how he has ensured we are able to … Continue reading Behind The Scenes On A COVID-Secure Match Day

Green Light For Fans At Academy Games

By Jacob Greenwood  It has been confirmed that fans will be permitted to watch Woking Academy games from this week.  Speaking to CardsCast Ryan Dent, Head of U9-U16 at Woking Academy, explained there are measures in place for fans to watch games at Westfield’s Woking Park ground and Knaphill’s Redding Way. The academy side’s fixtures take place on Wednesday’s at Westfield, which is directly opposite … Continue reading Green Light For Fans At Academy Games