Sports Stadium Artist Makes Kingfield Picture Perfect

By Jacob Greenwood  Woking fans can now purchase merchandise featuring a painted image of Kingfield after artist James Muddiman picked The Cards’ home ground for his latest project. Muddiman, who has painted over 250 stadiums from around the World, has never attended Kingfield, but the ground was one that stood out to him. He told … Continue reading Sports Stadium Artist Makes Kingfield Picture Perfect

Council Asks Cardinal Court Developers To ‘Reassess Plans’ Following Resident Concerns

By Jacob Greenwood  Woking Council has agreed a proposal tabled by local councillor Will Forster that asks the development team behind Cardinal Court to reassess their development plans. The topic of Cardinal Court was discussed by councillors at their latest meeting on Thursday (17th October) after a petition by South Woking Action Group (SWAG) received … Continue reading Council Asks Cardinal Court Developers To ‘Reassess Plans’ Following Resident Concerns

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