Boreham Wood have been handed a tough away draw at Woking, in the FA Cup on Saturday, 25th October. With it being the 4th and final qualifying round before the pro clubs enter the competition a lot is at stake for both clubs.
Wood manager Ian Allinson said “Any time you go to Woking you know it’s going to be difficult but perhaps even more so at the moment, as their Gaffer Garry Hill has got them flying. They sit second in the Conference National, they score goals all over the park and they don’t concede many.
Allinson went on “Of course We wanted a kinder draw and I’m sure Woking are more than pleased to get a home draw against a team from a division below. The draw cannot be seen as anything but kind to them, though as we all know it is the FA Cup. If we play well and they have an off day, then who knows?”..
Allinson concluded ” I have great respect for the job Garry Hill and his staff have done there and he is without doubt a top non-league manager, who improves every club he’s gone to. We also know we go there with nothing to lose and everything to gain. We’re expected to get beat but the magic of the cup often throws up shocks and we’ll go there to win with absolutely no pressure, looking to work our socks off, looking to be organised, looking to play our part in a real ding dong cup tie and looking to make our fans proud”..