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It’s a case of once Biton, twice shy

By Simon Griver, October 27, 2011

Israeli striker Dudu Biton will be looking to maintain his goal-scoring touch against Fulham when Wisla Krakow visit Craven Cottage for Matchday Four in the Europa League next week.

Biton dented Fulham's hopes of progressing from Group K with a 60th minute winner in Poland.

He has scored 13 goals in all competitions since joining the Polish champions from Charleroi last summer.

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Richman reflects on ‘best win’

By Danny Caro, October 27, 2011

Rob Richman, the manager of North London Raiders B, praised his team for recording their "best-ever victory" following the 2-1 success over Faithfold A in the Premier Division.

Playing in the top-flight for the first time, strikes from David Dinkin and Dan Grossman earned Raiders a famous win with the goals coming either side of an effort from Mike Pearson.

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Lavin loving life at South Manchester

October 27, 2011

SOUTH MANCHESTER SC 1st 5

PWC 3

Football South Manchester continued their 100 per cent start to the season but they were pushed all the way by bottom three side PWC.

Adam Lavin was to prove the difference - scoring four times to bring his season's tally to 13 from just six starts.

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Hendon boss: Neasden 'bad losers'

By Danny Caro, October 27, 2011

David Garbacz, the manager of Premier Division leaders Hendon United Sports Club A, has accused North West Neasden A of being “bad losers” after his team went three points clear at the top of the table.

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We must sharpen up, says Redbridge boss

By David Gold, October 27, 2011

JC MSFL DIVISION ONE

REDBRIDGE JEWISH CARE B 1

TEMPLE FORTUNE A 1

Stirling Kay, the manager of Redbridge B, cut a frustrated figure at the final whistle after seeing his 100 per cent record ended by a Fortune team inspired by the heroics of keeper Steve Murad.

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FC Team boss pleads for Lions rematch

By Danny Caro, October 27, 2011

Mitch Young, the manager of FC Team A, is pleading with league officials to grant his team a rematch against London Maccabi Lions A after accusing them of unsporting behaviour.

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FC Team manager calls for replay

By Danny Caro, October 27, 2011

Mitch Young, the manager of FC Team A, is urging league officials to grant his team a rematch against London Maccabi Lions A after accusing them of unsporting behaviour.

Both teams had a player sent off in a fiery affair at Rowley Lane. The controversial moment came when FC Team keeper David Grossman was laid out injured on the floor following a collision.

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Blackston relishing Rovers test

By James Masters, October 26, 2011

Republic of Mancunia 1st boss Les Blackston is expecting a tough test when his side take on Hyde Park Rovers this weekend.

Republic overcame Sporting JLGB 2-1 last Sunday to book their place in the last eight of the Harold Feldman Trophy and set up a clash with MJSL league leaders Haroldeans.

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New boss for Broughton

By James Masters, October 26, 2011

Sidney Fulda looks set to take over as the new manager of MJSL basement boys Broughton.

Broughton have lost all seven of their league games this season, scoring a paltry three goals and conceding 37 in the process.

Current manager Josh Bor is poised to relinquish his role to concentrate on playing with Fulda coming in as first-team coach.

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Daniels backs Lions to roar

By James Masters, October 26, 2011

Josh Daniels is backing his Oakhill Lions to roar past MJSL champions Manchester Maccabi 3rd on Sunday.

Daniels, who manages Lions alongside Zack Gothelf, will be in sole command this weekend with his fellow coach attending a wedding in Israel.

The Manchester University side have been in fine form in recent weeks and Daniels is hoping for more of the same against Maccabi’s youngsters.

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