As the season draws to a thrilling climax, there's much talk about the big movers and shakers this summer.
Keeper/centre half/referee Dan Cohen has said he’s “open to offers” for next season.
Cohen also claims to have been approached by 46 JC MSFL clubs, even though there are now only 45 in the league.
Gabriel John, the former Jewventus player-manager, says he still feels “disappointed” and “let down” by certain players after the team folded.
Faithfold, Lions, Redbridge and Hendon are involved in a bidding war over AC Mill Hill hotshot Ben Zloof, but Joe Levy has reiterated the player is “not for sale”.
Brixton Old Boys will launch an audacious bid to bring striker Jamie Kent back to the club next season.
LFASIC winners Faithfold are set to offer Roie ‘Rocky’ Spitzer a new four-year deal when he returns from travelling.
Boss Zuriel Solomon has said he “would not welcome” any offers for midfield general Alex Kaye.
Players at SPEC FC are rumoured to be on 50,000 shekels a player to win promotion.
Jon Jacobs is lining up a bid for Athletic Bilbaum defender Mr P. Uddle following the heroic goalline clearance against his Redbridge Jewish Care B team last weekend.
Redbridge A coach Danny Berg has promised to find club secretary Richard Bronzite a girlfriend if they win the cup on Sunday.
Brady B manager Josh Dagul has refused to rule out a summer move for SPEC star David Newman, having already snapped up younger brother Josh. Newman is rumoured to be Brady B's number one summer target, but Dagul had this to say: "David is a great player, with great mental strength, a real winner. Will I sign him in the summer? I don't like to talk about players under contract."
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