JC team of the week: the contenders - Feb 2

By Danny Caro, February 2, 2014
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Here are the star performers from Matchday 21 of the MGBSFL season.

GK
David Simnock (Norstar London Raiders B)
David Gordon (FC Team B)

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DEFENDERS
Ben Grabiner (AC Mill Hill)
Nick Astaire (LML Blue)
Josh Kay, Daniel Woolfe, Stuart Haring, Dan Lederman (all FC Team B)
David Rhodes (NL Raiders A)

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MIDFIELDERS
Max Kyte (LML Blue)
Sam Sollosi, Scott Oldstein (both Redbridge B)
Paul Savitz, Ben Radstone (both FC Team B)
Jonny Kay & Elliot Espinoza (both NL Raiders A)
Sam Bennett (Camden Park)

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STRIKERS
Ben Zloof (AC Mill Hill)
James Gold (LML Blue)
Matt Stock (NL Raiders A)

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MANAGER
David Gordon (FC Team B)
Jamie Kyte (LML Blue)

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REFEREE

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NOMINATIONS

REDBRIDGE JEWISH CARE B
Sam Sollosi (M) – wants to be on the ball all the time but Haroldeans couldn’t handle him from minute 1–90 , a brilliant performance, capped by the goal of the game - his curling finish in to the top corner worthy of winning any game
Scott Oldstein (M) - his bullet header was worthy of the nomination alone

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FC TEAM B
Daniel Woolfe (LB) – super goal and solid at the back
Josh Kay (CB) – only his third game and like he has played for this team forever. Marshalled the defence and got rid of everything. Proper old school defender. Probably the man of the match
Stuart Haring (CB) – a calming influence at the back and hardly gave their forwards a sniff
Dan Lederman (RB) – I don’t remember any attacks coming down their left hand side. Mr.Consistent
Paul Savitz (CM) – used all his experience to try and see the game out. Gets the team going forward but also shields the defence well and hardly loses a tackle
Ben Radstone (CM) – puts in big challenges and thrives alongside Savitz

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NORSTAR LONDON RAIDERS A
David Rhodes (CB) - another outstanding performance from the skipper who provided the best moment of the match with a phenomenal goal-line clearance to keep the score at 1-1 going into half time
Jonny Kay & Elliot Espinoza (CM) - controlled the game from deep, allowing Norstar’s front-four to wreak havoc
Matt Stock (CF) - changed the game when he moved from the left wing to centre forward and scored the decisive goal with a superb run and finish

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CAMDEN PARK Sam Bennett (M) – An absolute tank, won every header, every tackle and never stopped running

Last updated: 11:19am, February 4 2014