Woking Football Club, The Laithwaite Community Stadium, Kingfield, Woking, Surrey, GU22 9AA01483 772470
Lovetts Solicitors
Woking News
Woking News & Mail

Dave Tarpey signs for Woking

Daniel O'Sullivan - 4th June 2019

Dave Tarpey signs for Woking Woking Football Club is delighted to confirm that Dave Tarpey has officially signed for the club.

The striker, 30, started his career at Henley Town, before joining Basingstoke Town in 2007. In 2009 he signed for Hampton & Richmond Borough, where he had loan spells with Walton & Hersham, and Chertsey Town. He then spent 18 months at Farnborough before moving back to the Beveree in January 2014.

At the start of the 2014/15 season, Dave signed for Maidenhead United where he scored 36 league goals in his first two seasons, and then in the 2016/17 season, he scored 44 goals in 41 league games to help Maidenhead win the Vanarama National League South.

Barnet, then in League Two, signed Dave from the Magpies in August 2017. Unfortunately, he injured his ACL in only his second appearance for the Bees, which ruled him out for the remainder of that season.

In an attempt to regain fitness Dave had a loan spell at Woking last season, scoring three goals in just under a month, in what turned out to be a short but successful spell.

Speaking to @wokingfc, Dave had this to say: "Iím happy to get the deal sorted. I really enjoyed my short time at the club during the loan spell and feel after a full pre-season under my belt I can show the fans more than what they saw before. The club is back where it belongs so let's enjoy the season ahead."

We welcome Dave back to The Cards!

Social Media

Follow us on Woking FC on Facebook & Official Woking FC Twitter to get the latest updates from Woking Football Club direct to your News Feeds & Timelines!

We provide regular live updates during matches on Twitter, plus photos on the WFC.IM/AGE service.

News Archive
Advertise With Woking
Betting Sites
Woking FC Newsletter
Join the Woking FC Newsletter
The Cards Trust
The Cards Trust Boost the Budget