RJC's title success: what they said
Here is what rival Premier Division managers said about Redbridge’s title success
"Redbridge have been the most consistent team this year and deserve their success. They have made some big signings this year, especially up front, which has clearly made a big difference. It is healthy for the league that the previous Neasden, Lions Hendon dominance has now been broken and can only be good for future competition. They are a well-run club and have a squad which can stay at the top for many years to come. I only hope that they don’t pick up any more silverware this year but hearty congratulations to them for the league title."
David Garbacz (Hendon A)
“Well done to Redbridge, the most consistent team.
“The Premier League finished too prematurely and suffered from teams dropping out and was not a true reflection on the season, but again not taking anything away from Redbridge who came out on top.”
Zuriel Solomon (Faithfold A)
"Congratulations to Redbridge who have been the most consistent side this year. Whilst I think this has been the weakest Premier Division for some time, as has been shown by the Rep teams poor results and poor performances in the non-Jewish cups, you can only beat what's in front of you and that is what Redbridge have done. From everyone at Neasden, well done!"
Jamie Cole (North West Neasden A)
"Congratulations to Redbridge who looked likely winners of the Premier Division from the first week of the season and they fully deserve their success. Formidable going forward, they always look like they can score.
If they can keep this squad together, they will continue to be a force."
Eilon Kennet (London Maccabi Lions A)
"Redbridge were excellent this season and definitely deserved to win the title. They had pace, aggression and character throughout the team. The pace they have upfront is a constant threat and they have boys in their team who believe they can win every game.
"I have to mention Hendon though who pushed them all the way and are the most organised team I have come up against. Not only that but they are a credit to Jewish football in how they play the game and their competitive nature. They definitely deserve something from the season and I'll be supporting them in the Cup final."
Dan Uzan (Southgate Harmen A)