Danny Caro's Young Team of the Season
Many top young talents came through in season 2013, 2014, with Redbridge Jewish Care B the major benefactors. Here's my under-21 top team.
1. JAKE DOFFMAN (Norstar London Raiders A) - Only 12 goals conceded in his first season at the club. Kept his side in games on numerous occasions and played every minute of the campaign.
2. RICHARD GOLD (Redbridge Jewish Care B) - "Very solid performer , capable of playing equally as well at left back or centre back".
3. GRANT REINGOLD (Jewdinese) - "Always gave 100 per cent, was a threat going forward as well as being very solid in defence"
4. AVI KORMAN (Hendon A) - had a magnificent season playing all over the back four. A huge signing at the beginning of the year and fabulous pace and skill. A major factor in this years success.
5. JAKE YUDELOWITZ (NLR C) - "the first name on the teamsheet, he has been superb all season, a terrific performer. Composed on the ball, a calming influence and extremely strong both in the air and at keeping himself between the opposition and the ball. He has reassured the defence all season and has been a big contributing factor to NLR C's success".
6. JAKE RINSLER (Brady Maccabi A) - "his first season in men’s football and he showed what a great prospect he is who is so quick enabling him to recover lost ground easily"
7. SCOTT OLDSTEIN (Redbridge Jewish Care B) - "Speed, aggression and wing wizardry"
8. NATHAN SOLLOSI (Redbridge Jewish Care B) - midfield general registered 20 goals, performing with pace, power and aggression. "The best player in the league, in all divisions," according to his manager.
9. SAM SOLLOSI (Redbridge Jewish Care B) - enjoyed a brilliant season as one of the star men in Division Two. Twinkled-toed performer.
10. YOAV KESTENBAUM (Hendon A) - "surely one of the most talented players in the league. Yoav has come on bundles this year scoring huge goals (two late goals against Camden when 1-0 down with five minutes to go will live long in the memory plus crucial second against Norstar in cup final) and numerous assists. As strong as an ox and has emerged as one of our most dangerous players this year. Takes on players for fun and glides past as if not there".
11. BRADLEY GAYER (Chigwell Athletic) - "another one who's technically a class above, and has shown it a lot more this season. Some superb performances"