JC MSFL Quotes of the Week: October 2

By Danny Caro, October 6, 2011

There's rarely a dull moment in the JC MSFL. Here are my favourites quotes of the week after Matchday Five.

“I can deal with being called a cheat. I can deal with being called a ****. But after losing a couple of stone over the summer, I draw the line at being called fat.” Phil Peters (Norstar A)

“Let me use this space to commend Phil on his impressive weight-loss. To resist carbs during yom tov is especially laudable.” Rik Blank (Oakwood)

“The positives from today is that we are creating a huge amount of goal scoring opportunities. However we have to start taking them!” Marc Cohen (Harmen B)

“I think the 48-hour post yom tov drinks ban worked perfectly.” Dan Gordon (Redbridge C)

“In truth we could have won by more but Jewventus pushed us hard for about 60 minutes and then seemed to give up.” Oli Shorts (NL Raiders C)

“We didn’t have our defensive boots on this week, but we had our defensive hats on.” Zuriel Solomon (Faithfold A)

“We matched Faithfold for 90 minutes and showed them how tough we can be to beat, and how difficult we are to break down.” Josh Rosenfeld (Brady Maccabi A)

“No-one likes being on the bench or being substituted, but as soon as the boys realise that Harmen is about the squad and not the individual then I think you will see us become a great team.” Dan Uzan (Harmen A)

““It’s the first time this season we’ve been down in a game and our attitude wasn’t great,” he said. “We dug in, changed the formation and they worked hard. What a wonderstrike by Dan Lassman which three or four goalies wouldn’t have saved. Craig Sandford (Glenthorne B)

"Football was the winner today as we produced a good display to win our second game of the season. UJIA had one tactic - the long ball - which made the game tough to watch and to play in.” Louis Taylor (Neasden C)

“It is well documented that we have had more than our fair share of bad luck in the past few weeks, and with that in mind, it is nice to see a smile back on the players faces.” Laurence Conway (SPEC FC)

"Whilst a 6-2 scoreline suggests a comprehensive victory, Brady were a shadow of their best in the first half, but following their second half performance, Brady fully deserved their win." Josh Dagul (Brady B)

Last updated: 2:34pm, October 6 2011