Woking lost 3-0 at Grays on Saturday to send themselves down to fifth from the bottom of the League with just two draws from their opening games so far. Those two points came in their first game of the season at Southport and then the following Saturday at home to Morecambe.
This terrible form is now causing dis-content in the Woking fan base and, as in most seasons, the head of the manager is being called for. Glenn Cockerill has responded to this by bringing in Jon Nurse from Stevenage on a month long loan deal along with an unknown lad from Cardiff City, Saheed Sankoh, on non contract terms.
Going out of Kingfield, all be it temporarily, is one of the Cockerill clan, Liam. He has joined Salisbury City on loan until the end of the year.
We welcomed Jeff Kenna back after injury yesterday and the defence looked even more solid than usual because of that. Jamie McClen was no where to be seen though which was all the more surprising seeing as he played in a practice game against Cheltenham last week. One can only presume that his back injury is still giving him trouble.
Apart from McClen we seemed to have no other injuries after Saturdays game so I would think that we'll go with the same starting line up again.
Woking will be hoping to get their first win of the season against us tomorrow but I think we'll be a bit too strong for them and we'll end the game as worthy winners against them, just as we have done for the last three games against them.
Bevan, Taylor, Harkness, Kenna, Cowan, Haworth, Creighton, Whitehead, Lee, McGrath, Sedgemore, Hurren, Russell, Penn, Reynolds, Blackwood, Eaton, McClen, Smikle, Sturridge, White.
Jalal, Howe, Sankoh, Jackson, Bunce, Smith, Hutchinson, MacDonald, Selley, Murray, McAllister, Sharpling, Berquez, Ferguson, Evans, El-Salahi, Lambu, Oyedele, Ruby, Sam Cockerill, Sole, Maledon, Nurse.