Steve Is The King Of The Road Again As Welling End Hoodoo

Steve King wants more after Welling United finally ended their travel sickness.

Tuesday night’s 1-0 win at Oxford City was a rare away day high.

It was their first National League South victory away Park View Road since September’s trip to Bath City.

The Wings are looking good for the play-offs and despite playing more games than any side around them they have a six point cushion over eighth place Wealdstone.

“We’ve actually gone to three of the hardest places to go and actually won,” King said on he club’s audio service.

“We’ve done the job at Chippenham, Bath and also Concord - all have got great home records. We’ve also been to Chelmsford and got a good draw.

“We’ve always known we can do it away from home but because of the upheaval lately, and losing players like we have been, it’s been tough.

“It’s become harder away from home, that’s for sure.”

On the win at Oxford, King added: “But it was a really good result at Oxford. Our performance was excellent and our shape was great.

“They had some chances but once we weathered that I think we got on top and started to play the football we know we can do.”

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