By Danny Caro, February 12, 2009
A new amateur football body has been set up that could help fast-track talented young Jewish players into the professional game.
The Non League Football Association enables players to take charge of their careers. Players register their details including a profile and playing history, before joining a website database accessible to prospective teams and managers.
Set up by Newport County manager Dean Holdsworth and directors Clive Pollard and Tony Marks, the NLFA also offers discounts on football boots, kit and merchandise.