Cards lose to Guiseley as bonus disputes revealed
The Laithwaite Community Stadium
Woking are without a win in their last four league games, having now been beaten by lowly Guiseley at the Laithwaite.
Liam Dickinson's ninth minute goal gave the 17th placed Lions an unlikely three points to take back to Leeds.
Matt Robinson, in place of Bruno Andrade, was the only change Garry Hill made to the team that beat Oxford City in the FA Trophy a week ago.
Will Hatfield tested Jake Cole early on while Shaun Jeffers was denied by Guiseley's Steven Drench.
It took only nine minutes for the visitors to take the lead, Dickinson tapping in from Emile Sinclair's cross.
Sinclair caused problems all day for the Woking backline and Cole had to deny him doubling Guiseley`s lead.
Giuseppe Sole missed a great chance to level the score before half-time.
The introduction of Bruno Andrade in the second-half livened things up but Woking failed to find an equaliser.
Further disappointment for Woking fans came after the final whistle when BBC Surrey tweeted that: "management and players in dispute with club board over bonuses. Told players were promised bonuses at end of season, now players told only if top 5."
Players and management refused to do interviews afterwards, with an inquest going on behind closed doors.