1:14pm, Wed 16th Sep 2009
Keeping you up to date
These are the ways you can keep up to date with whatâ€™s going on at the club:
is the voice of the club â€“ here you will find match previews and reports, and access to everything else mentioned below, apart from text updates. We know how fast rumours spread in football; if you read news on the site it is accurate.
Newsletter â€“ sent out to your e-mail address in advance of, and after matches. To register please go to - www.wokingfc.co.uk/newsletter/
Fansâ€™ Forums â€“ We will be holding one in the autumn, and one again in the spring 2010.
Facebook â€“ We are on Facebook - click on the f symbol to the top left of the website
Live Scores â€“ This moves to the home page of the site, and provides updates with goals, goal-scorers and bookings etc.
Twitter â€“ Follow match updates (every few minutes) on Twitter â€“ either through the site (click on the t symbol to the top left of the screen) or register to follow us at www.twitter.com/wokingfc
where you can also receive text updates to your phone if you are on O2 or Vodafone (please only do this if you have unlimited texts in your contract, it can get expensive)
Match Interviews, Reports, Photos and Highlights â€“ These are posted as soon as possible after each game on the site.
Your Help Please
Our aim is to ensure you are kept up to date with everything Woking FC, whether you come to every game, or you live in New Zealand. There are three ways you can help us:
1. We need someone who comes to games and has a mobile phone contract allowing unlimited texts to help us provide live, scores only, text update service for people who only want to receive the latest score on their phone. If you can do this please email me at the address below.
2. If you are on Twitter please get involved during games â€“ send a direct message to wokingfc and (subject to content!) we will include it in our live tweets.
3. Let us know how we are doing. Is something not working on your pc or phone? Are there other things you would like us to do?
I donâ€™t want to sound like the Oscars here, but many volunteers work hard to bring these services and I know it helps to know who does what â€“ press officers are John Moore and David Holmes. John also video interviews Graham and players after the game and twitters; David is also the club photographer and carries out audio interviews after games with man of the match and others. The new web-site was designed by Michael â€œMickâ€� Phillips and Nick Shaw. Mick also films matches and interviews (and runs Cardsweb); Nick also provides live scores, runs our Facebook site and twitters. Brian Caffarey does match previews, reports and interviews on the site, as well as editing the matchday programme which is written by a team of volunteers. Sue Day and Rob Lavender update and maintain the stats and tables, and finally Mark Taylor of www.sign-up.to
designs and runs this newsletter.
Twitterer and Communications Director