Woking to name new boss

Liam Daish and Terry Brown are reportedly heading a shortlist of four possible candidates for the vacant manager's post at Woking.

The club have already revealed that current St Albans boss Colin Lippiatt will link up with the club as Director of football after Saturday's last round of Nationwide Conference fixtures.

Club captain Neil Smith was appointed a player-coach following the departure of Glenn Cockerill and his assistant Matt Crossley, while Graham Baker was appointed caretaker-manager.

"I'm really chuffed to be returning and I hope my involvement will benefit the club as well as me," Lippiatt told Woking News and Mail.

"I'll be working closely on all aspects of football, working with the new manager in an advisory capacity, on things such as player recruitment, and being there to give any advice and recommendations and ideas.

"The candidate we choose, we believe, will be up the job and I will be on hand to help where I can.

"We will sit down and examine all four candidates, interview them, and invite the one we want, but of course, in football you don't always get your number one choice so we need a back up."

Latest News
  • Salisbury to meet Braintree
  • McIlroy feeling confident
  • Boston enter administration
  • Grays sign Welling's Kedwell
  • Play-Off Roundup
  • England squad announced
  • Oxford geared up to attack
  • Tisdale: We have equal chance
  • McIlroy sticking to strengths
  • McEwan focused on home tie
  • Clare commits to Burton cause
  • Shots release five players
Top Videos
Watch it here. Exclusive Conference football video direct to your PC.
Sponsors and links
League Tables
Conf North South
+ Dag & Red 95
Oxford United 81
Morecambe 81
York City 80
Exeter 78
Burton Albion 75
Gravesend 74
Stevenage 70
Aldershot 65
Kidderminster 63
Weymouth 63
R'den & Dmnds 62
N'wich Vic. 58
Forest Green 57
Woking 57
Halifax 55
Cambridge Utd 55
Crawley Town* 53
Grays Ath 52
Stafford 52
- Altrincham 51
- Tamworth 48
- Southport 47
- St Albans 40
Nationwide Conference Poll
Who do you think will win the play-offs?
View Results