There is rarely a dull moment in the JC MSFL. Here are the latest rumours doing the rounds ...
The naming rights issue has caught the attention of several JC MSFL clubs. A straw poll threw up the following names - The Sollys Stadium, The Grodzinski Arena, Hasidic Lodge, The JC Stadium – for any Hull-based Jewish teams, but the most popular one was The Cinderella Hairena.
Glenthorne United B have re-signed star striker Fabio Revieccio who has returned to the club following a short spell at double winners Redbridge Jewish Care A. Full story )
Redbridge look set to revive their interest in Glenthorne United wing wizard Josh Wynne in the new year.
FC Team manager Mitch Young is thought to be considering a move for North London Raiders keeper Dan Cohen.
Faithfold record signing Richard Fogelman has admitted it has been more difficult for him to adapt to life at the Hive than it was when he joined Jewventus, which he describes as "a more comfortable place".
Neasden will send their chief scout to watch FC Team striker Richard Salmon and are said to be lining up a multi-million shekel offer after he impressed against them last week.
North London Raiders failed in a last-ditch attempt to sign former Lions captain Ben Joseph who opted for Neasden instead. Joseph is said to have been “flattered by the offer”.
Raiders chairman Jonathan Adelman is ready to break the bank in a bid to sign Hendon hotshot Danny Kon. See Caro's Column )
Hendon keeper Russell Corin has impressed manager David Garbacz so much that he will be offered a new two-year contract extension by Chanukah.
Faithfold have entered the race to sign Shirley Park marksman Saul Conway.
North London Raiders B have issued a hands-off warning after London Maccabi Lions were linked with an offer that would see David Dinkin return to Rowley Lane.
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