WUSC v Old Wokingians FC- 16 Aug 2010

Woking having a big squad of 18 players with 5 players making their debuts were raring to go.  After being given Instructions from their Manager Sammad, the Woking United boys knew exactly what they needed to do, however after a very tight first half the score was level with neither teams scoring but the United boys showed good passing and teamwork.  Just prior to half time Saj Mahmood

U16 vs Ottershaw

Woking United U16’s Vs.  Ottershaw Boys Vipers U16’s

This was first game of the season for U16 and under their new manager Salam Zafar.  United boys had a squad of 13 players to choose from, a warm day and a half decent turnout (opposition that is). The boys started off very nervously in the first 10 minutes. They finally settled in and started to play some very good football. The boys used the wingers very well, who caused a lot of problems but no finish product I’m afraid. Woking United defended well and found themselves in good positions in the opposition’s box; we just did not shoot and take full advantage of those opportunities. So roll on the second half, started well enough just grew impatient at times. This lead to players being out of position and gaps started to appear in our midfield and defence. To Ottershaw boy’s credit, they took full advantage and got in behind our defence and scored their first goal. Possibility of an offside case as the referee overruled our lino’s flag. We just had to respect his decision. Unfortunately our heads now dropped, we grew impatient and discipline we showed in the first half disappeared. From then on we found ourselves on the back foot and eventually conceded two more goals. At 3-0 down we did manage to shoot and it bounced off the cross bar!

Special mention to Adnan Rafiq who pulled of some good saves, looked very composed and held on to the ball very well. But there’s one save that deserves a special mention.

The striker shot about 7-8 yards out and Adnan leapt to his left pushing the ball past the post!

All in all a good performance from the boy’s. We got to learn to patient and take our chances.

Next week we host Burpham Boys U16’s at home. Bring it on!


About -  Woking United Sports Club (WUSC) Formation

Woking United Sports Club (WUSC) was founded in 2009 and aims to provided outstanding facilities in sports for the community of Woking.

We currently run three football teams and hope to have cricket teams by this summer. We have one adult team which play in surrey & hants border league in division two.  The other two teams are under 17 and under 16 who play in Surrey Primary League. We aim to have also all junior levels catered for from under 8s to under 18s sides by start of next year and have a second adult team, provided the interest is there and we have the right management in place.


Welfare - WUSC Code Of Conduct For Players/Participants

Woking United Sports Club Code Of Conduct For Participants – May 2009

WUSC are fully committed to safeguarding and promoting the well being of all participants, coaches, volunteers, parents, staff and all those associated with WUSC activities. All participants will be expected to follow this Code of Conduct.  WUSC involved in any sport competition/league/tournament agree to comply with all laws, and rules.



1. Memberships

1.1. All members will be subject to the regulations of the constitution and by joining the club will be deemed to accept these regulations and codes of conduct that the club has adopted.

1.2. Members will be enrolled in one of the following categories:

  • Full member
  • Associate member
  • Junior member
  • Child member
  • Infant member
  • Life member

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