Danny Caro's Quote of the Week: November 24
It's not always about winning or losing. Sometimes it's just good to put things into perspective and just smile
WINNER: - Jake Erlich (Jewdinese) - "I had to refresh my phone a good five times until I actually believed that Norstar and L'Equipe had both lost"
- Jonathan Adelman (NLR B) - "I said to Michael [Myers] after the game that I look forward to renewing battle with them in the first Division next season!"
- Ricky Lawrence (SPEC FC) - "Thank god Rob Murray is getting married next Sunday. Anything to stop this run of defeats!"
- Dan Yoss (Faithfold B) - "We're a bit like the mighty ducks, play in green, started out shockingly bad and then come good. Lets see how good we get ..."
- Simon Linden (Blizzard Storm) - "We, on our day, are no pushovers. We stood and up were counted and with the squad I have, we should be right in the mix come the end of season"
- Adam Glekin (Hendon C) - "The pitch was awful and there were some rather meaty challenges going in, but we kept our heads well"
- Sam Castle (Southgate Harmen) - "Next week is Brady at home - a game that everyone is looking forward to, with more than just three points on the line. Family rivalry and bragging rights are also up for grabs. The cameras have to be there!"
- David Garbacz (Hendon A) - "This was a right old battle against a very strong Faithfold team - They reminded me of old Neasden and Redbridge teams we used to play, with some highly questionable challenges and a lot of backchat, but coupled also with a lot of skill and pace"
- Ric Blank (Oakwood A) - "The ref then proceeded to play 8 minutes injury time which, added to the fact he was 25 minutes late for kick-off, meant by the time we got back from Brunel, Spurs were already 3-0 down"
- David Gordon (FC Team B) - "It was a relief to finally get out first win of the season, but it wasn’t a surprise to me as this win had been coming"