Alan Dowson, the manager of Torquay United’s title rivals Woking, says that the Gulls and their results are ‘the last of my worries’ as the National League South promotion race heads towards its climax, Devon Live report.
Gary Johnson’s United snatched a 90th minute winner to beat East Thurrock United and stay top of the table by one point from the Cards, who won 1-0 at Truro City, on Tuesday night.
Torquay are eight and Woking seven points clear of third-placed Chelmsford City with eleven matches left, and the top-two have a game in hand on the Clarets.
Only the champions earn automatic promotion, with the runners-up going into six-team Play-Offs.
“People are coming off talking about Torquay winning, but I am not really bothered about that, to be honest,” said Dowson.
“They are the last of my worries.
“There’s eleven games to go. Torquay winning with three games to go becomes an issue.”
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