Woking News & Mail


Brian Caffarey
12:00am, Thu 16th Apr 2009

We?ve got a jam-packed final matchday programme lined up for you on Saturday, including David Taylor?s review of the season and a superb collection of David Holmes?s favourite photos. Even if you don?t normally buy a programme, how about buying the final one as a handy reference and a ready means of torturing yourself in years to come about our ?annus horribilis??

Some of the highlights are:

Page 2

David Taylor talks about Monday?s game against Oxford United and praises Peter Jordan and his team for the way they handled the situation.

Page 3

Graham Baker reflects on our chances of avoiding the drop:

?We need two wins, to take us to 49 points, to have a decent chance of staying up and even then we need other things to go in our favour??If the team play with the commitment, passion and heart they?ve shown in the previous games under me, I will have no complaints, whatever the outcome.?

Page 8

Tom Barnardo recalls our trip to Field Mill and our first away win of the season!

Page 9

Brian Caffarey previews our final league game at Rushden and Diamonds

Pages 12-13

David Taylor (pictured) reviews the season and sets out the position on his own future:

?Football has a track record of people falling out with each other ? especially after they leave a club or stand down from an official capacity. Life is too short for that. I have learned more about football, and Woking FC, in the last 18 months than I knew as a fan for the previous 15 years, and I will continue to serve the club that I love in whatever way it wishes.?

To cheer us up, David also recalls his three favourite goals of the season!

Page 20

Our Project 3000 guests on Saturday afternoon are Knaphill Wanderers Hawks U9s and Send United U8s

Page 21

David Holmes quizzes Brian Caffarey on the trials and tribulations of producing the matchday programme

Pages 24-25

David Holmes selects his favourite photos from the season: a great collection!

Page 28

Neil Bennett ends his wonderful ?A Season to Remember ? 1996-97? series with a fascinating ? and ominous? ? look at the subsequent fortunes of our rivals in those halcyon days

Page 29

Have you forgotten the Surrey Senior Cup?! Brian Caffarey previews our semi-final at Merstham on Tuesday evening. It could yet be a glorious end to the season!

Page 37

Rachel Formby concludes her final delightful KC Kat adventure.

Page 42

Matt Cooke provides appearance and discipline statistics

And, of course, the rest of the programme is packed full with all the usual reports and previews. There?s even a photo of Oxford fans basking on the CLT!

Support the Club and buy a copy! Only ?2.50. You can order a copy from the Club Shop if you can?t make it to the game.

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