JC MSFL Team of the Week: the contenders - Jan 8

GK - Danny Berliner (NL Raiders A), Oli Colman (Brady A), Steve Murad (Temple Fortune A), Jordan Davidson (Glenthorne Utd B), Doug Carson (Athletico Finchley), Josh Cohen (Los Blancos), Ben De La Fuente (Norstar A)

Defenders - Benji Mannheim (Temple Fortune A), Ari Nevies (Hendon B), Max Saunders (Camden Park), Jonny Ellis, Nick Smith (both Brady A), David Rhodes (NL Raiders A), Sam Marchant (Athletico Finchley), Mike Lax, Bobsie Cohen (both Jewventus)

Midfielders - Michael Goldberg (Temple Fortune A), Paul Biller (Glenthorne A), Ricky Engleman (Neasden B), Tali Nevies (Hendon B), Jake Saunders (Camden Park), Aron Keller, Ben Mandel (both Athletico Finchley), Ben Weinberg, Michael Posner (both Brixton A), Richard 'Scotty' Alexander (L'Equipe), Dan Ezra, Ami Wynbourne (both Jewventus), Jonny Kay (Norstar A), Bradley Sharp (NW Neasden A)

Strikers - TJ Keterman (Brady A), Mike Pearson (Faithfold A), Lee Cash (Neasden A), David Blitz (Glenthorne A), Oli Simons (Blizzard Storm), Sam Collins (Athletico Finchley), Andy Burke (L'Equipe), Josh Green (Norstar A)

Manager - Lee Fegan & Jack Morris (Temple Fortune A), Gideon Rabstein (Athletico Finchley), John Nitka (Brixton A), David Prager (L'Equipe)

Referee - Martin Lavender (NL Raiders A vs Brady Maccabi A)

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NOMINATIONS

Brixton A
Ben Weinberg - best performance Rob Blackman has seen in a Brixton shirt, ran the game, redbridge just couldn't get the ball from him stunning performance. Best player on both sides hands down
Mike Posner - what a morning's worked. Ccapped off with a goal for his efforts, showed pace, skill and a superb work-rate, chased down every last ball and should be proud of his performance

Hendon B
Tali Nevies - Centre midfield. Captain marvel covered every blade of grass, and topped off a brilliant performance with two goals
Ari Nevies - young brother of Tali, Ari played left back today, although he is predominantly a centre back. Did superbly. Won everything in the air and on the ground and attacked well

Glenthorne A
David Blitz (striker) - came on and got two well deserved goals on his comeback
Paul Biller (right wing) - outstanding from start to finish

Glenthorne B
Jordan Davidson - made a save from point blank range to keep it 1-0. His punching, kicking and all round game was excellent

Camden Park
Max Saunders (centre back) - captain fantastic was again infallible, calmly soaking up all the pressure.
Jake Saunders (centre midfield) - the heartbeat of the team, tough in the tackle and so composed in possession...the complete midfielder

Blizzard Storm
Oli Simons (centre forward) trademark header and a calm cool and collected finish

L'Equipe
Andy Burke - worked tirelessly and was a constant threat for the whole 90 mins, scoring two goals. The Faithfold back four didn’t know what to do with him and the only negative was that he should have bagged a hat-trick.
Richard 'Scotty' Alexander – the left winger put over one quality cross after another and tormented his right back all game. He also bagged a well taken goal

Norstar A
Ben De La Fuente (GK) - didn't have many saves to make but his distribution was outstanding all day
Jonny Kay (CM) - back to his imperious best, the quick-thinking midfielder controlled the game until he was withdrawn to a standing ovation for the manager after 65-minutes
Josh Green (S/LW) - whether he was playing up-top or on the wing, Greenie was constantly tormenting the Montana backline and thoroughly deserved his hat-trick

Last updated: 5:05pm, January 9 2012