MSFL Team of the Week: the contenders - Feb 10

By Danny Caro, February 10, 2013

Here are the Team of the Week nominations from Matchday 22 of the JC MSFL season.

GK - Russell Corin (Hendon A), Ben Rosenthal (Woodford Wanderers)

DEFENDERS - Ari Nevies (Hendon A), Andy Cohen (Norstar C), Ollie Kay (Brady B), Jeff Gotch, Ryan Kangisser, Simon Wolfson, Adam Luria (all Catford & Bromley)

MIDFIELDERS - David Blitz, Josh Hambling (both Loughton Orient), Ali Gordon, Dan Polak (both Norstar C), Saul Conway (Shirley), Harrison Grant, Scott Oldstein, Richie Caplin, Ben Sollosi (all Redbridge B), David Powell (Catford & Bromley), Dave Cohen, Brad Wine, Josh Bentley, Dan Geey (both Oakwood A), Jonny Lee (Catford & Bromley), Marc Hymanson (Oakwood B)

STRIKERS - Danny Kon (Hendon A), Josh Younger (Norstar C), Jason Lindsey (Shirley Park), Ben Binder (Redbridge B), Mitch Hahn (Woodford Wanderers), Dan Oade (Shirley Park)

MANAGER - David Garbacz (Hendon A), Dave Lusman (Shirley Park), Jon Jacobs (Redbridge B)


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Ari Nevies (CB) - superb at the back strong throughout and totally faultless
Russell Corin (GK) - brilliant handling in extremely difficult condition coupled with at least four super saves
Danny Kon (S) - looked a yard sharper than the Oakwood defence all morning and ran them ragged for 90 minutes


Daniel Harrod (CM)- the ever-reliable Harrod was at it again as Brady went and collected a hard earned three points in Essex. Another three assists and set the tempo for all things Brady did well
Ollie Kay (CB) - another excellent display in the heart of defence from Kay. After a somewhat shaky start to this campaign the imposing centre half is hitting form at just the right time, forming an intimidating partnership with captain Frohlich


Saul Conway (CM) - put in a solid performance in the centre of the Park
Jason Lindsey (S) - up front on his return to Park held the ball up well and allowed the midfield to press forward
Dan Oade (GK-S) from goalkeeper to striker, coming of the bench producing the goods again to help steer park to victory


Harrison Grant (RM) - a willing runner with plenty of end product and goal as well
Scott Oldstein (LM) - the guy who marked him will be sitting in a darkened room having nightmares about having faced such pace and skill
Richie Caplin (CM) - outstanding centre midfield play, all-action and match-winning
Ben Sollosi (CM) - held it all together and was calm and kept it simple, keeping the ball moving
Ben Binder (S) - led the line brilliantly and scored two well-taken goals and deserved a hat-trick and the 'United Sports' matchball


Josh Bentley (CM) - superb against Hendon
Dan Geey (CM) - one of the outstanding players on the pitch against Hendon
Brad Wine (M) - terrorised both full-backs showing a will to win and love for the game that makes him such a great player


David Powell (CM) - unbeatable on the floor and in the air. Nothing got past him today and with the ball at his feet he launched counter-attack after counter-attack. The only way to describe his performance would be "awesome"
Simon Wolfson (RB) - again unbeatable in the air and on the ground, this was his best display for years. He turned back the clock as he sprinted down the right to put in a couple of beautiful crosses which we should have made more of
Jonny Lee (RM) - no-one can live with Lee when he has the ball at his feet. In a tough game he got stuck in winning the ball before time and again destroying Team with pace, power and skill


Mitch Hahn (S) - six goals against Hendon B. No further description needed
Ben Rosenthal (GK) - showed terrific reflexes to pull off a stunning double save


Marc Hymanson (LM) - was very good against Loughton Orient. He was roaming between the lines in true trequartista style

Last updated: 12:50pm, February 11 2013