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Faithfold are on red alert after Josh Rosenfeld, the Brady Maccabi manager, expressed his admiration of former player Josh Gordon. Rosenfeld said: “Having played with Josh for years growing up, I know the quality he has as a player and person would only benefit any side. I only have full admiration for Josh. Maybe if he came knocking on my door it would be something definitely worth considering.”
North West Neasden are set to step up their interest in Faithfold midfielder Alex Levack.
Redbridge Jewish Care A have made a £10 million shekel offer to sign Fabio Revieccio from Glenthorne United B.
Brady keeper Oli Colmans is threatening to walk away from the club if he is not given a goal bonus after his 100-yard strike against Montana.
The Edgware club have also issued a hands-off warning on young midfielders Josh Hershman and Steven Field. Manager Josh Rosenfeld said: “They are not available at any price.”
North London Raiders A are considering a last-ditch attempt to sign Dan Cohen as goalkeeping cover. The stopper was planning to referee for the rest of the season and play for Montana A in the Morrison.
There was also speculation that Cohen threatened to walk out on Montana after the club’s hierarchy threatened to ban him from social networking sites.
Temple Fortune have told winger David Gance they will only offload him "when it is right for the club".
Defender Scott Shindler has hinted that he could be tempted back to the Premier Division, with North London Raiders the likely suitors. Shindler said: "I never get bored of seeing my picture in the JC. It's been too long."
Faithfold C are confident of turning Jonny Blain’s loan deal from North London Raiders into a permanent one in the summer.
Inter Borehamwood claim they are fighting off interest from several Division One clubs to sign Jerome Colmans. One manager said: “He’s wasted in Division Four.”