MSFL TOTW nominations: December 2

By Danny Caro, December 2, 2012
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Here are the nominations from Matchday 14 of the JC MSFL season.

GK - Jordan Davidson (Glenthorne Utd A), Dan Lee (Redbridge Jewish Care A)

DEFENDERS - Bradley Sharp (Brady A), Elliot Stern (Faithfold A), Matt Keston (NL Raiders B), Nick Astaire, Matt Green (both LM Lions B), Laurence Rosenthal (SPEC FC), Ollie Segal, Jon Toby (both FC Team A)

MIDFIELDERS - Rocky Spitzer (Faithfold A), Ashley Stokes, Jonny Lee (both Catford & Bromley), Charlie Rubin (LM Lions A), Simon Peterman (FC Team A)

STRIKERS - Adam Stolerman (Redbridge Jewish Care A), Daniel Orgel (Temple Fortune A), Ethan Zone (NL Raiders B), Ben Zloof (AC Mill Hill), David Newman (SPEC FC), Marc Harris (FC Team A)

MANAGER - Benji Mannheim (Temple Fortune A), Jonathan Adelman (NL Raiders B)

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NOMINATIONS

AC MILL HILL
Ben Zloof (S) - the star man again with four great goals against Tottenham Chutspah, capped by a mesmerising run and shot from 25 yards that dipped under the crossbar. He also hit the bar three times

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BRADY MACCABI A
Bradley Sharp (LB) - outstanding today with a great display against Norstar

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CATFORD & BROMLEY MACCABI
Ashley Stokes (CM) - passed with precision, took his goal brilliantly and was only denied two or three more by the keeper
Jonny Lee (LM) - destroyed Redbridge at times with the ball at his feet and his range of passing was superb. Also unlucky not to score

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LONDON MACCABI LIONS B
Nick Astaire (CB) - scored the goal that got LML going and was once again sensational in defence
Matt Green (RB) - kept Rob Hershkorn quiet throughout the game and proved why he's Lions first choice right back

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TEMPLE FORTUNE A
Daniel Orgel (S) - his pre-match preperation in Manchester obviously worked a treat, scored twice and every time he got the ball you could see the fear in the eye of every Glenthorne defenders, they just didn't know how to handle him

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NORTH LONDON RAIDERS B
Matt Keston (NL Raiders B) - drove back to London from Leeds at 6am to play against Blancos. Returned with a clean sheet and a great assist following a twinkle-toed run and cross for L'Oranges' second goal

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REDBRIDGE JEWISH CARE A
Dan Lee (GK) - played very well, ignoring the difficult conditios and held everything
Adam Stolerman (S) - continued his rich goal-scoring form and this week deservedly scored a hat-trick

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SPEC FC
Laurence Rosenthal (CB) - was instructed to take the Glenthorne striker out of his backpocket after the game. Refused
David Newman (S) - worked his socks off for the team in his last game before returning to the USA, getting a bloody nose and a pat on the back for his troubles

FC TEAM A
Ollie Segal (RB) - showed his true class with a performance that showed maturity and his ever increasing importance to the team. He didn't put a foot wrong and both defended and attacked superbly
Marc Harris (S) - took his goal well and was a threat all game
Simon Peterman (CM) - Bossed the midfield
Jon Toby (CB) - first game back after four weeks out and back to his best straight away

Last updated: 4:14pm, December 3 2012