Woking Will Be In A Strong Position After Pandemic – Josh Casey

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 … Continue reading Woking Will Be In A Strong Position After Pandemic – Josh Casey

The Class Of 08/09 – Where Are They Now?

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 … Continue reading The Class Of 08/09 – Where Are They Now?

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?