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Cohen gets a card - now he wants a contract

By Simon Griver, April 28, 2011

Tamir Cohen hopes his 90th-minute winner against Arsenal will earn him a new contract at Bolton Wanderers.

The goal gave him the chance to pay tribute to his late father, Avi, who was killed in a motorcycle accident in Israel.

He revealed that he had been wearing a T-shirt with his father's portrait since returning to England after his death in December.


JC MSFL Matchday 33 preview

By Danny Caro, April 27, 2011

With the season winding down, there is action in three divisions including a mouth-watering encounter between Norstar B and Faithfold C in Division Three. Danny Caro looks ahead to the action.



MJSL review

By David Gold, April 27, 2011

South Manchester 2nd booked their place in the final of the Feldman Trophy with a 2-1 victory over faltering Republic of Mancunia.

Things got off to a bad start for South as with the match barely five minutes old, Sam Cantor, South Manchester's young centre forward, was injured and had to be transferred to hospital for suspected torn ankle ligaments.


Lebens century in vain for MAL

By Danny Caro, April 27, 2011

MAL opened their 2011 season with defeat against Old Haberdashers in a high-scoring contest on a blisteringly hot day at Camdenians.

Old Habs won the toss and batted first, starting brightly, Joe Williams launching into two short balls from Yoav Lebens in the thirrd over and depositing them for sixes.


Maccabi Masters review

By Danny Caro, April 27, 2011

EDRS Stonegrove warmed-up for the Masters Division Two cup final with a 5-3 victory over London Maccabi Lions.

In a dress rehearsal for the final to be played in three weeks, strikes from Martin Seifert (3), Malcolm Joseph and an own goal saw EDRS home.

Marc Morris (2) and Andrew Landesberg replied for Lions.


Cohen dedicates goal to father

By Danny Caro, April 27, 2011

Tamir Cohen dedicated his last-minute winner against Arsenal to father Avi Cohen, who died in a motorcycle accident late last year.

The Israeli midfielder broke down in tears as he wheeled away in delight, ripping off his Bolton shirt to display a T-shirt with a picture of his dad on it, for which he was booked.


JC MSFL Matchday 32 review

By Danny Caro, April 24, 2011

Glenthorne United A were crowned champions of Division Three while North London Raiders finished their season on a high, coming from behind to beat last season's champions North West Neasden A. Danny Caro looks back on the action.

Prem Div - Neasden pay the penalty as Raiders finish on a high
Div 1 - Brady clinch third spot


Republic back in business

By James Masters, April 21, 2011

Republic of Mancunia bounced back from last weekend's devastating defeat by title rivals Manchester Maccabi 3rd by booking their place in the final of the Shonn Trophy.

With their dream of a first league title looking all but dead, Anthony Bloch's boys produced the perfect riposte to set up a final clash against Haroldeans following a 4-1 win over Sporting JLGB.


JC MSFL Matchday 32 preview

By Danny Caro, April 21, 2011

Glenthorne United A will be looking to wrap up the JC MSFL Division Three title while Brady Maccabi and Oakwood fight it out for the coveted third place in Division One. Danny Caro looks ahead to all the action.




Danny Caro's Team of the Week - April 17

By Danny Caro, April 21, 2011

Russell Corin (Hendon United SC A) - faced a barrage of abuse from Redbridge fans in the Harvey Ackerman stand but answered them the best way, with a world-class performance. Didn’t serve to be on the losing side

Dan Sasto (Southgate Harmen B) - “fantastic display, won countless of how many tackles, headers and blocks he made. Simple superb”