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BBC SURREY AND WOKING FC TV: Garry Hill Interviews

BBC SURREY AND WOKING FC TV: Garry Hill Interviews
Former Woking players Moses Emmanuel and Adam Cunnington inflicted the Cards fifth league game without a win after John Goddard put the visitors ahead early on.

New signing Sam Smith went off after 21 minutes with a groin strain before Brian Saah picked up a hamstring injury in the second half and had to be replaced.

Garry Hill admitted he had no complaints with the result after the full-time whistle that saw the Cards slip to 11th in the league, five points off the play-offs.

Woking press officer John Moore caught up with Hill afterwards for Woking FC TV:

Hill also spoke to BBC Surrey's Gary Smith:

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Writer:Cardinal Red
Date:Sunday February 21 2016
Time: 4:58PM

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