Re: Woking Reaction
Last night was a good turnout from K's (70?) and a great effort from the team with so many missing. It would've been easy to give up in the last 10 minutes but instead we put on our most consistent spells of pressure and Tolfs so nearly could have slid in at the back post to equalise. the youngsters who came on were very lively and Sam Oguntayio beat Casey a couple of times down the right.
What's most impressive about Bird's sides is that they try to play the same way whatever the personnel and we always look solid-ish at the back, even when the faces change.
Make no mistake: Woking played a strong side (half were first-teamers) and then a couple of new loanees. No callow youths.
For those who were not at East Thurrock on Saturday, and are wondering where the goals will come from, honestly there isn't a worry: Dsane and Hector are going to make us forget a certain Louie Theophanous.
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