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Nathan Ralph signs for another season

Nick Shaw - 15th June 2017

Nathan Ralph signs for another season Woking Football Club is delighted to announce that Nathan Ralph has signed a new deal with the club.

Nathan, 24, made over 30 league appearances for the Cards last season on the left flank. He started his career in the youth setups at Ipswich Town and Peterborough United before signing a professional contract with the Posh in 2010. He went on to play for Kettering Town, Yeovil Town and Aldershot Town.

Nathan on signing for Woking for another season: “I met with the manager and he went through his philosophy for the season and it was something I really thought I could buy into. He let me know that I’d be playing games which is what I need, definitely at this stage of my career, and I felt like it definitely seemed like the best option for me. I enjoyed my year last year, I know we didn’t do as well as we hoped we would, but I played games, I enjoyed my football, it was a club I was more than happy to stay at.”

Anthony Limbrick added: “Nathan had a strong end to last season, and he will be an important signing for the team in the fullback position. He has got strong attributes when attacking in forward areas with his crossing and delivery into the box. I’m looking forward to helping him develop over the forthcoming season.”

We’ll shortly have an interview with Nathan, visit either our Facebook page or Twitter at 5.30pm!

Why not watch the Cards in style for the first pre-season friendly, at home to Watford on Saturday 8th July - www.wokingfc.co.uk/news/article/5868/hospitality-for-the-cards-friendly-against-watford/

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