By Jacob Greenwood
Woking manager Garry Hill reflected on his side’s pre-season victory at Clarence Park by confirming his squad was not yet completed.
The Cards gaffer saw his side win 1-0 at St Albans City thanks to a Scott Rendell penalty before explaining he was still looking to bring personnel to the club. He told BBC Surrey:
“We are still a bit light at the moment. There is [still room for] a wide player to come in and another forward with pace. But I won’t panic and I won’t rush.”
Reflecting on pre-season as whole, where The Cards won two and lost three, Hill commented:
“I’ve seen some positives and I’ve seen some negatives, but It think that is what you see in pre-season games.
“It’s nice to go in to your first league game with a win under your belt.
“We are looking to get off to a good start and we will go from there.”
Woking travel to Prenton Park on Saturday where they get their National League campaign under way with a tough test against newly relegated Tranmere Rovers.
Photos by David Holmes. A full set can be found at wokingfc.co.uk
The full BBC Surrey interview can be heard at https://audioboom.com/boos/3429879-woking-boss-garry-hill-after-pre-season-friendly-with-st-albans