Young Team of the Season: profiles
Ben de la Fuente (Norstar) - just edged out Brixton No. 1 Jake Doffman. The Norstar No. 1 is without a doubt the best goalkeeper in the division, according to Phil Peters, and "definitely the best" his manager "has seen in his limited time in the MSFL". "Performed miracles at times this season and put in big performances when it mattered"
Dan Jackson (Glenthorne Utd B) - "17-year-old played every game this season. Used to be a striker but Elliot Coulton transformed him into a top right back. Coulton said: "Dan hasn't looked out of place"
Josh Gaon (Norstar B) - "21-year-old has played wide left and left back this season. He has the running of Gareth Bale, the cutting in of Arjen Robben and the throw of Rory Delap. Josh scored some important goals as well as offering dedication and quality all season"
Julian Gertner (Los Blancos) - "in two words, Julian is LB's Mr Consistent. As a morph of both the traditional and modern full-back, Julian, 21, spends the full 90 week in week out keeping the opposition well at bay as well as marauding forward at any opportunity to provide Adam Hersh with extra firepower. He hasn't put a foot wrong all season, and often has the knack of making the opposition - and his teammates in fact - look very ordinary. His energy and technical ability are second to none, and most importantly he has a calming influence on the rest of the team
Sean Ladier (Blizzard Storm) - Blizzard hope they "can hang on to Sean who has been very consistent all season. His style of play isn't often seen in Division 4. He is a natural holding midfield player, never puts a foot wrong and always does the easy thing. Only 21-years-old"
George Fierstone (North West Neasden A) - George, 18, capped off a fine first season in the JC MSFL with a call-up to the Team GB hoping for gold in Vienna. Experience of playing at Watford and Wealdstone meant that he had Jamie Cole foaming at the mouth all season. Favourite players are Ginola and Van Der Vart and, at times, there's a bit of a similarity
Steven Field (Brady Maccabi) - "Steve has been a revelation since signing for Brady. At only 17-years-old, he has so much ability and strength for a little man. Technically outstanding with a super shot on him for good measure". His manager, Josh Rosenfeld, believes "Steve will become on of the best Jewish players of his generation if he continues to work hard. He loves his football and is fully committed
Sam Sollosi (Redbridge Jewish Care C) - Richard Bronzite's jewel in the crown. "This 16-year-old and has the ability to do whatever he wants, he is unreal, best Sollosi so far, will be playing in higher divisions probably from next season. Once he grows I can't see how anyone will get the ball of him"
David Gance (Temple Fortune A) - twinkle-toed winger has a bright future in the MSFL and it's no surprise that Fortune are keen to tie him down to a long-term deal. Plays with freedom to express himself and is never afraid to try a trick. A real crowd-pleaser
Dany Kon (Los Blancos) - started the season in central midfield, but finished it as a household name after scoring goals for fun. Established himself as the creative spark in Blancos team, in addition to having a keen eye for goal. As the season has progressed his natural finishing instincts became more apparent and moved upfront as the lone striker. Playing up top on his own, be it even against Premier League defences in the Cyril Anekstein Cup run didn't faze Dany in the slightest. 20 goals in 20 games for the 20 –year-old in his first MSFL season tells its own story, and it comes as no surprise that there will be a struggle on Blancos' part to ensure he is still in a white shirt come September
Josh Hershman (Brady Maccabi) - at only 21-years-old, Josh came to the club as a centre half/full-back and has been transformed in to a left winger". His manager feels that Brady's top-scorer has "the best left peg in any division" and "is also is a pleasure to manage". Josh Rosenfeld said: "He works hard in training and is fully committed"