Sam not for keeps but Murtagh set to sign

GOALKEEPER Sam Beasant has left the Cards for rivals Stevenage.

The 26-year-old shot stopper, son of FA Cup legend Dave Beasant, is joining the League Two side in the wake of their relegation last year.

ON THE RISE – goalkeeper Sam Beasant has joined Stevenage after a successful summer trial

ON THE RISE – goalkeeper Sam Beasant has joined Stevenage after a successful summer trial

Beasant made 36 appearances last term as Woking finished ninth in the Conference standings and won the Surrey Senior Cup.

He said: “I would like to thank everyone at Woking for the great year I had with them. [They are a] great bunch of lads and have amazing fans who were very good to me.”

The move leaves just Aaron Howe, who fell out of favour last season following Cards’ awful start to the campaign, as Garry Hill’s only man between the posts.

On Friday it was also confirmed that Keiran Murtagh would be joining the club on a permanent basis in August.

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