FC Team C vs Jewventus
I can see Jewve keeper Dan Cohen being a very busy man on Sunday morning, and his manager, Gabriel John, must hope the young stopper doesn’t get lucky on Saturday night as he’ll need a clear head and full focus on the task at hand.
This FC Team C side are the real deal and have been scoring goals for fun this season. They have turned in a colossus, a juggernaut if you like.
Looking ahead to the game, John told JC Sport: "It will be a really tough game against good opposition.
With a number of regulars away it will be a tough battle for us, but as with any Jewventus side we'll give it our all and look to cause an upset."
With games in hand on the top two, they are the favourites to take the title and not even the heroics of Cohen will stop them completing a league double over Jewve on Sunday.
Adam Aminoff (2), Eitan Ben-Zion and David James Cohen (2) were the goal men for Team in October’s 5-2 victory. Last weekend it was the other Cohen, David Joseph who took centre stage with a fab four-goal salvo in the 10-1 demolition of Loughton Orient. Indeed, it’s hard to spot a weakness anywhere in the squad run by Ben Gilbey and Michael Myers.
And, as they go in search of win no. 10, Myers told JC Sport: “We’re hoping for a continuation of last week, I hope. The attack were in fine form and this shall continue. We posses the strength in depth we lacked last year, and it is definitely one of the reasons we are still unbeaten in the league.”
Jewve have some good players, but they haven’t been playing to a high level as a unit as manager Gabriel John believes they can and I think their shortcomings will be there for everyone to see on Sunday.
Venue – Aycliffe Road, Ref – Laurence Thorne
JC star man: David Joseph Cohen
DC Prediction: FC Team C 4 Jewventus 1
RR Prediction: FC Team C 6 Jewventus 3