Boss Alan Dowson looked visibly shocked and had “no excuses” for his Woking team’s shocking display as they nose-dived at home to Concord Rangers in a 2-1 defeat, Surrey Live say.

The visitors looked anything but tired despite a gruelling midweek trip to Truro and it was the Cards who looked weary and totally lacking in imagination as Alex Wall and Joan Luque scored goals that keeper Craig Ross was culpable for – the first an angled shot that went through his legs, the second a long drive which he appeared to have covered.

Although substitute Paul Hodges came on to spark some life into the hosts, winning a penalty which Max Kretzschmar converted, Dowson’s side just couldn’t go on and grab an equaliser.

“It’s my team, I pick the players, every single one of them in that dressing room and it’s my responsibility,” said Dowson.

“We lacked the desire to win a football game which Concord showed, and the desire of their big centre-forward to batter our centre-halves – their two centre-halves had an easy day at the office if you like. We didn’t deal with the physicality of it.”

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