Woking manager Anthony Limbrick has said that his team have proved that they’re capable of mixing it with the big boys after a string of impressive displays against EFL sides this season.
The Cards have performed well in four matches against League One sides Bury and Peterborough United this term, something which Limbrick says shows the progress being made by the team.
He said: “We’ve had four games against League One sides and I don’t think anyone gave us a chance against any of them. We had two wins, one draw and a loss, and I’d take that if it was league form.
“Peterborough are at that level for a reason. I thought they were really clinical so credit to them and Grant McCann, because he was really aggressive with his attack. Even at 2-1 they went for the game and a 2-2 they still went for it and pushed bodies forward, so they deserved it.
“We knew the importance of the cup when I joined the club, with the history we’ve got in it, and saw it again with how many fans came out for it.”
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