JC MSFL TOTW: the contenders - Sept 23

By Danny Caro, September 23, 2012

Here are this week's JC Team of the Week nominations.

GK - Jake Doffman (Brixton A), David Kosky (Lions B), Marc Jacobs (Loughton Orient), Ryan Monk (Boca Jewniors)

Defenders - Tali Nevies (Hendon B), Dan Howard (Faithfold A), Josh Greenham, Ed Weisz, Jon Weisz, James Lee (all Brixton A), Jon Toby (FC Team A), Joel Isaacs, Adam Luria (both Catford & Bromley), David Fox (Neasden A), Adam Klein (Neasden A), James Sandler (Southgate Harmen), Paul Frangi (Boca Jewniors), Clive Nathan (Redbridge JC B), Oli Senchal (FC Team C)

Midfielders - Alex Neiss (Hendon B), Gideon Caller (Hendon C), Michael Posner, George Fierstone, Ben Goldberg, Alon Hershkorn (all Brixton A), Jonny Bunt (Norstar B), Adam Rones (FC Team A), Elliot Wallis, Ricky Lawrence (both SPEC FC), Rob Hershkorn (Camden Park), Brad Cohen (Southgate Harmen), Sefton Monk (Boca Jewniors), Adam Aminoff (FC Team C), Daniel Fattal (Tottenham Chutspah)

Strikers - Yishai Last (Hendon B), Alex Elf (Hendon C), Rob Blackman, Dan Sherman (both Brixton A), Richard Salmon (FC Team A), Jamie Kent (Shirley Park), Lee Cash, Zack White (both Neasden A), Dan Amram (SPEC FC), Richard Silver (Camden Park), Bradley Wine (Oakwood), Conor Perlmutter (Southgate Harmen), David James Cohen, David Joseph Cohen (both FC Team C)

Manager - Josh Marks (Camden Park), Motty Korman & Chaim Gothold (Hendon B), John Nitka (Brixton A), Ben Simon (FC Team B)



Dan Howard (CB) - was outstanding against the champions

Yishai Last - another hat-trick speaks for itself
Alex Neiss (CM) - bossed the game and won every header
Tali Nevies CB) - marshalled the back four and was immense at back to keep last season's golden boot winner quiet

George Fierstone (CM) - outstanding against Lions A
Jake Doffman (GK) - once again pulled off two great saves in the second half
Rob Blackman (S) - put a fantastic effort in up front in his first game playing as a striker. He fought for every ball until the end and chipped in with the opener

Jonny Bunt (CM) - was excellent in an unfamiliar position, first to every ball, won everything in the air, solid on the ball

Jon Toby (LB) - brilliant as ever, did not lose a challenge and scored first goal for the club
Adam Rones (CM) - box to box all game
Richard Salmon (S) - three great goals was on top form

David Kosky (GK) - kept his team in the game against Woodford with some fantastic saves and very brave keeping

Marc Jacobs (GK) - produced 4 or 5 excellent saves including a 1-on-1 that looked certain to go in before touching it round for a corner

Ari Nevies (CD) - for a very assured display on his debut
Ari Last (CM) - for a tremendous dominating midfield performance capped with a wonderful free-kick

Ricky Lawrence (Centre-mid) - aggressive and assured in equal measure. Dominant performance from the SPECretary
Dan Amram (S) - The Mosquito scored his third goal in as many games to cap off a wonderful and selfless performance
Elliott Wallis (Left midfield) - ran his socks off for the team and capped a fine performance with a well-taken goal

Rob Hershkorn (Centre-mid) - Cazorla-like impact for the talented Hershkorn on his debut. Ran the show, curled in a brilliant first before a perfectly weighted ball for Richard Silver to wrap up the points
Richard Silver (S) - one of his best displays in a Camden shirt, was honest and battled as well as showing his massive talent, assisting the first, scoring a brilliant free-kick and then coolly slotting in a third after racing away from the defence

Adam Klein (LB) - three assists that Leighton Baines would've been proud of, stuck on a plate for Lee Cash and Zack White

Last updated: 2:29pm, September 24 2012