JC MSFL Rumour Mill - March 10
The JC MSFL transfer window closes in just a few days. Find out which clubs and players have been linked with last-ditch moves.
North London Raiders pair Adam Posner and Igal Yahya have turned down lucrative offers to appear in Danny Dyer’s Worst Misses of 2010-11 DVD.
There are a number of clubs looking to bring in some late loan signings from London Maccabi Lions A who finish their season on Sunday. Montana Boca United and Pinner JFC are rumoured to be at the top of the list.
Brady Maccabi have offered Josh Hershman a new three-year contract after it was revealed that Neasden, Faithfold, Hendon and Raiders head the list to sign the star man of Division One.
Jewventus will not speak to clubs offering less than £10m for want-away striker Richard Fogelman.
Redbridge Jewish Care are hoping to pin down teenage prodigy Josh Wynne to a new five-year deal.
SoccerAM have invited Josh Wynne and Sam Sollosi to do their skills school to find out who is the best wonder kid in Essex.
Neasden manager Jamie Cole has sent his scouts to the lower divisions in a bid to unearth some new young talent. Cole is reported to have said: “I’m only interested in the cream of the crop but we need some new blood.”
Montana Boca United chairman Raymond Harrod is considering retirement. But the club was quick to play down rumours that he’s been offered a lucrative deal in Dubai.
Camden Park are weighing up a move for Pinner star Jordan Segal.
Faithfold C are keen to make striker Jonny Blain’s loan move from North London Raiders permanent at the Hive.
Zig Zag manager DJ Neal Cohen insists that the club are under no pressure to sell young keeper Aden Amsellem.
John Nitka, the Brixton manager, has issued a ‘hands-off’ warning after an unnamed Premier Division club made a move for keeper Jake Doffman.
There are storm clouds gathering over Essex this week as Glenthorne United's management teams continue to argue over their clubs priorities. The A-team management and club chairman Sid Shaw are convinced the A's title bid should be priority number one, potentially damaging the B's title hopes. B-team manager Elliott Coulton is standing his ground and has even made the astute signing of the Bernstein brothers ahead of this weeks crunch game. Even signing new players seems to irritate the higher powers at the club. Could it be that the stress of the job is getting all too much for the A-team co-management duo. It was a similar story last season, a good start, followed by a poor finish to the season costing Glenthorne the title. Coulton refuses to let the selfish demands of the club stand in the way of him lifting the Division 4 title. And he has shown his commitment to the whole club by lending the A's ex-Leyton Orient tea boy, Daniel 'Beast' Lassman for their crunch title decider against RJC.
Odds have shortened to 25/1 for Gazza to be next Lions manager. They came down after he was seen deep in conversation with the JC sports editor a couple of weeks ago ...