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Cards take on Glenn's side

Brian Caffarey - 16th July 2010

Cards take on Glenn's side Winchester City v Woking
Pre-season friendly
3pm on Saturday 17 July 2010

Saturday’s pre-season friendly at Winchester City is of more than usual interest for Cards fans since the Wessex League side are now managed by former Woking boss, Glenn Cockerill, who is no doubt delighted to back in football management after a long break following his departure from Kingfield some three years ago.

The Cards have started their pre-season campaign with away wins over Sevenoaks Town and Petersfield Town, with Graham playing the expected mix of squad players, triallists and Academy players. No doubt this will continue on Saturday.

Glenn Cockerill has brought in quite a few new faces over the summer in a bid to regain Winchester’s place in the Southern League. They include former Spurs and England youth team defender Leigh Mills and ex-Brockenhurst striker Ben Kneller. Cards fans won’t be surprised to learn that Liam and Sam Cockerill have also been training with the club.

GETTING THERE

Hillier Way, Abbotts Barton, Winchester, SO23 7SR
Tel. 01962 810200

Directions (with acknowledgments to www.wincityfc.webs.com)

From the M3 (North and South Bound)
Exit the M3 at Junction 9 (signposted Newbury) and take the Newbury A34 exit off the roundabout. Get in the right-hand lane, and take the right-hand fork signposted “Basingstoke”. After about half a mile, turn left into Kings Worthy and follow the road in towards Winchester for about two miles. After the 30mph limit sign, take the second left into Russell Road, signposted Winchester City FC, and then turn right and then immediately left into Hillier Way.

From the A34 Southbound
Exit the A34 at the first Winchester exit and take the second exit at the first roundabout, which takes you back across the A34. At the next roundabout, take the second exit towards Winchester. After about two miles, (as you come into Winchester) take the first turning on your left after the Esso garage into Worthy Lane. Take the fourth turning on your right into Russell Road (signposted Winchester City FC) and then turn right and then immediately left into Hillier Way.

From Winchester City Centre
In the City Centre one way system, stay in the right-hand lane and at the top of the hill turn right into Jewry Street. At the next set of traffic lights traffic lights, get in the right hand/middle lane and go across into Hyde Street. At the T Junction, turn right into Worthy Road and after 250 yards, turn right into Russell Road, then turn right and then immediately left into Hillier Way.

There is car parking within the ground and, when this is full, there is a car park opposite the main gate and further car parking behind the main stand.

Come on, you Cards!




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