Caro's column

Bolle must go to 2013 Maccabiah

By Danny Caro, May 17, 2012

Over the coming months, I expect to receive a few calls from managers from the Team GB Maccabiah squad asking for recommendations and references for players from various squads. I’m always happy to help my country and I’m keen to ensure no player is ignored in the search for international glory.

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Now is the right time to move on

By Danny Caro, May 11, 2012

The football world recently held its breath when Pep Guardiola announced that he is stepping down as coach of Barcelona. I didn’t want to take the spotlight off him so I thought that I’d leave it a week until revealing some news of my own.

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Rivals go in at the deep end

By Danny Caro, May 3, 2012

It will be thermals at the ready on Sunday as London Maccabi Vale 1st and MAL go head-to-head in the clash of the titans at Rowley Lane in the Middlesex Sunday Cricket League Division One.

The title of top Jewish team is up for grabs with LMV keen to remind everyone of their quality against last season’s Division Two champions.

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Baraty and co oozing X-Factor

By Danny Caro, April 26, 2012

If there’s one sport that Jews are good at right now, it’s table tennis. There was a real sense of optimism about the sport in Vienna last summer when I was around the table (no pun intended) with the likes of Dov Katz, Lee Vandermolen and Eli Baraty at the European Maccabi Games and it’s clear to see why.

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Ready for the final furlong

By Danny Caro, April 19, 2012

It’s official. We have now reached the business end of the season and I’ve told my wife and kids that they won’t be seeing much of me over the next couple of weeks, with big matches and cup finals coming up thick and fast.

My diary is virtually booked up and I may as well set up camp at Wingate & Finchley for the festival of football that awaits.

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We'll get it right second time around, says Rolfe

By Danny Caro, April 19, 2012

Darren Rolfe is confident his troops can use the pain of last season's cup final defeat to spur them on to victory against Division Three rivals North West Neasden C in the JC Barry Goldstein Trophy final on Sunday.

A goal from Jonny Blain inflicted a heartbreaking defeat on UJIA and player-manager Rolfe believes his team has what it takes to come away from Wingate & Finchley with silverware.

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It's a win-win for South Manchester

By Danny Caro, April 19, 2012

South Manchester Sports took another step towards securing the Manchester Accountants League Premier League title with a resounding win against bogey team The Village.
South dominated from start to finish and they forged ahead on five minutes when Toby Levy cracked home a volley. Levy doubled the lead minutes later following good work from Adam Lavin.

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Lions leap to Underhill

By Danny Caro, April 19, 2012

MASTERS London Maccabi Lions booked their place in the final of the Nathan Horwitz Maccabi Masters Division Two Cup with a resounding 4-0 victory over Glenthorne United B.

Strikes from Marc Morris, Barry Silkman, Darren Coon and an own goal set up a final against EDRS Stonegrove at Barnet FC's Underhill on May 16.

Matty Kleinman and Daniel Ruckin exchanged goals as Faithfold and Scrabble fin

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Ready for the final furlong

By Danny Caro, April 19, 2012

It's official.

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Officials ready for big stage

By Danny Caro, April 11, 2012

Referees have been under the spotlight in recent days, with some mind-boggling decisions making life tough for teams battling for titles, promotion and against relegation.

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