Danny joined the Wood in July 2015 with plenty of Football league experience having made over 250 appearances with spells at Exeter City, Crewe Alexandra, MK Dons, Bristol Rovers and Tranmere Rovers.
The defender’s career began at Chelsea where he made over 70 appearances for the reserves, but later departed without making a first team appearance. After being released by Chelsea he moved down to the South West joining Exeter City.
After two seasons at Exeter, he moved to Crewe for a fee reported to be £30,000. It was his versatility that persuaded Dario Gradi to sign him as he could play anywhere along the backline and in midfield.
After his contract expired in 2011, he joined MK Dons and made 66 appearances before joining Bristol Rovers. After departing the Gas, he signed a six-month contract with Tranmere Rovers, where he made five appearances before suffering a metatarsal injury.
Danny combines his first team footballing duties, with a coaching role in the hugely successful PASE academy.
Woodards made 29 league appearances for the Wood in 2018/19.