Nathan transitioned into a scouting role for the club in the summer of 2021 following his retirement from playing. The experienced utility player previously spent three seasons with the Cards as a player, making 82 appearances in all competitions, featuring in several positions including right-back, centre-back, centre midfield and as an emergency striker. He played a vital role throughout the 2018/19 season, making 48 appearances including 45 starts, as Woking won promotion to the National League via the play-offs and reached the third round of the FA Cup.
Woking fans caught a first glimpse of the player when he made his debut for Dartford in the National League in August 2012. He spent three years with the Darts in the fifth tier of English football, making close to 100 appearances, the highlight being an eighth-place finish in 2013. He spent the following year at Eastbourne Borough before joining Dowse and Hampton & Richmond in 2016. His efforts helped the newly promoted Beavers reach the National League South play-offs two years in a row, although his 2017/18 season would end back at Dartford, who were themselves on a promotion charge. The Darts eventually finished second, missing out on promotion on goal difference, before losing a play-off semi-final to Braintree Town. At the end of the season he became Dowse’s first ever signing at the Laithwaite Community Stadium as the boss moved quickly to secure a reunion with one of his most reliable stalwarts and he remains a hugely popular figure at the club to date.