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JC MSFL Matchday 7 review

By Danny Caro, October 16, 2011

There were mixed emotions for London Maccabi Lions A and Faithfold A in non-Jewish competition while Hendon A ended Neasden A's 100 per cent record. There were also three big shocks in the first round of the Peter Morrison Trophy. Danny Caro looks back on all the action on Matchday 7 of the JC MSFL season.

JC MSFL MATCHDAY 7 HEADLINES
SFAC - Lions A hit for perfect 10

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Israel finish third in Euro qualifying group

By Danny Caro, October 12, 2011

Israel ended a disappointing Euro 2012 qualifying on a high with victory in Malta.

A goal in each half from Lior Refaelov and Rami Gershon saw Luis Fernandez finish third in Group F.

Refaelov opened the scoring after 11 minutes with a sweet half volley following good work from Taleb Twatha.

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Blackston: MJSL better than ever

By James Masters, October 11, 2011

Republic of Mancunia 1st boss Les Blackston believes the MJSL is better than ever after witnessing a revival in northern Jewish football.

Blackston, whose side are eight points off leaders Haroldeans, is adamant the quality of the younger players in the league has had a huge impact on the entire competition.

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We must do better, says Ullmann

By James Masters, October 11, 2011

Alex Ullmann has urged his Leeds side to bounce back following their nightmare derby defeat by Hyde Park.

Having held reigning champions Manchester Maccabi 3rd to a creditable 1-1 draw a fortnight ago, Leeds produced a dismal display and were smashed for six as Rovers ran riot.

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Sunday is payback time, says Sporting boss Sharpe

By James Masters, October 11, 2011

Sporting JLGB boss Gavin Sharpe has challenged his players to come out fighting after a lacklustre display against struggling Crumpsall.

Despite sneaking a 3-2 victory, Sharpe was unimpressed with his team’s performance and was left seething at aspects of the performance.

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JC MSFL Matchday 7 preview

By Danny Caro, October 11, 2011

There are no less than four derbies on Matchday Seven of the JC MSFL Season as the Peter Morrison Trophy gets under way. Danny Caro looks ahead to all the big match action.

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JC MSFL MATCHDAY SIX REVIEW

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The kids will do us proud, says Bentwood

By James Masters, October 11, 2011

Steve Bentwood is ready to unleash his kids on Crumpsall after revealing his golden oldies have all been ruled out of Sunday’s MJSL clash.

Sheldon Lee, Marc Magid and Mark Sheldon will also miss the game at Brooklands, while Kyle Bentwood has returned to London following a cameo appearance last weekend.

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Cohen looks for top talent for Maccabi futsal squad

By Danny Caro, October 11, 2011

Jonny Cohen has talked about his vision for the fast-growing sport of futsal after the Maccabi team were awarded a place in the National Futsal League for the first time.

Cohen led Team GB to bronze at the European Maccabi Games in Vienna and he believes that the move could boost medal hopes ahead of the 2013 Maccabiah.

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Levy: It's win or bust on super Sunday

By James Masters, October 11, 2011

Republic of Mancunia 2nd boss Paul Levy is expecting a titanic tussle with league leaders Haroldeans on Sunday.

Levy is back in the routine after jetting home from a romantic honeymoon in Spain and is now plotting to inflict a first defeat of the season on the Merseysiders.

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Little: It's good to be back

October 11, 2011

Sam Little will return to the European Tour next year after regaining his card following back-to-back victories on the Challenger circuit, writes Danny Caro.

Little, who is 36 and from Kings Langley, turned professional aged 22.

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