Limbrick: Next Set Of Games Can Define Season

10 months ago By Tom Feaheny

Woking currently sit 12th in the Vanarama National League table with boss Anthony Limbrick saying their Christmas fixtures can determine what they are aiming for.

After their FA Cup and FA Trophy runs ended in the space of a week, the focus is now on their league form, writes Tom Feaheny.

"It is such an important stage of the season, the next four games can play a big part in where we go moving forward," Limbrick told Woking FC TV.

"We are facing some tricky sides, some of which are in a similar position where the strategy is to be aiming up but you need to be getting the points to do so."

"We go again, we know the importance of the next game and trying to get the victory."

Woking lost time around to Maidenhead in the Trophy with Limbrick admitting an improvement is needed for their game against Barrow.

"From start to finish we just weren't at it, we didn't play anywhere near the levels we have shown. It was disappointing, even after we conceded we didn't react like we should have done."

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