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Cards slip to second defeat

Brian Caffarey - 20th September 2014

Cards slip to second defeat
Bristol Rovers 2 Woking 0
20 September 2014

The Cards suffered their second successive defeat on the road this afternoon at the hands of a resurgent Bristol Rovers side at a lively Memorial Stadium. Garry Hill’s side got off to the worst possible start, conceding in the third minute as Adam Cunnington volleyed home. They more than held their own in the remainder of the first half, causing some anxiety to Rovers fans, who wanted to see their side build on their early lead. But the Cards found it hard to keep their passing game going in the second half and Rovers wrapped the game up in the 86th minute with a fine Lee Mansell strike from a free-kick. Woking now find themselves in 4th place in the table, with two home games coming up against Kidderminster Harriers and Nuneaton Town.

Adam Newton started at right back in place of the injured James Clarke, while John Goddard got the nod in midfield ahead of Keiran Murtagh.

The Gas went straight onto the attack. A half-cleared corner led to a cross to the far post where an unmarked Adam Cunnington sweetly volleyed home, giving Ross Worner no chance.

It took a few minutes for the Cards to re-group but, when they did so, they began to pass the ball well, making good progress through the midfield areas. Josh Payne shot wide in the fourth minute a after a pull-back and Joey Jones nearly wriggled down the bye-line before the ball ran out of play. Chris Arthur, looking more comfortable going forward than defending, went on several surging runs down the left flank, winning a couple of corners, from one of which Scott Rendell headed wide from an acute angle. But Rovers were creating chances too. Cunnington skewed the ball wide when the ball ran loose in the box.

On another day the Cards might well have been awarded a penalty on the quarter-hour mark when Sinclair handled in the box but the referee presumably decided it was not deliberate.

Dean Morgan, posing a threat at this stage, tricked his way past defenders to send a dangerous cross-cum-shot curling just past the far post. Woking continued to have more of the attacking play as Payne fired fiercely into the chest of keeper Mildenhall, shooting again before the move petered out. Another chance fell to Morgan on the half-hour mark, after some fine approach play, but he shot well wide.

However, an even better chance fell to Cunnington two minutes later... [ Read More ]
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