Ric Blank expressed delight after confirming that Dan Kristall has joined the Oakwood management team for the coming season.
Kristall steered Leeds Maccabi to the MJSL treble this year and is now setting his sights on winning silverware in the MGBSFL in London.
Blank said: “Dan has been manager of Leeds Maccabi for the past couple of years and has done an unbelievable job up there.
1. JAKE DOFFMAN (NL Raiders A) - Last season's top stopper took his game up a notch this year, finishing with the most clean sheets
2. DANNY MOSS (FC Team B) - "created a new position at right-back and been extremely solid, capped off with 6 goals for the season"
While Liron Mannie stole the show at the MGBSFL awards this week, some of his teammates and leading lights from the division have been recognised for consistently outstanding performances in season 2014/15
It's no surprise to see the top two teams - RJC B and NLR B - dominate, while the efforts of players from Blizzard Storm, Camden Park and Los Blancos could not be ignored.
Pre-season favourites FC Team B won with plenty to spare, but there were a series of eye-catching performances from players from other teams as well in a high-quality campaign.
Teams raised the bar sky high in season 2014/15 when London Rovers took the plaudits, while Adam Ellis and Avi Markiewicz gave defences the run-around
The final footballs have been kicked for season 2014/15, so without further ado JC Sports Editor Danny Caro gives you his picks for the Team of the Year.
Liron Mannie was crowned MGBSFL Player of the Season on Monday night.
The hotshot capped a dream first season in the league by helping Norstar London Raiders A secure the Cyril Anekstein Cup and Premier Division title - both for the first time.
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North London Raiders stand on the verge of a unique treble after an emphatic semi-final win over Faithfold Masters in the MMFL/MGBSL Invitation Cup.
David Fox, Saul Conway (2), Richard Sacks, Andrew Wolfin, Danny Daggers and Jon Isaacs registered in a 7-0 success which sets up a final against Chigwell Masters.
Adam Ellis finished the season as the MGBSFL's top-scorer after an outstanding first season.
34 - Adam Ellis (Shacharit Donetsk)
32 – Daniel Garfinkle (Redbridge JC B – including 11 for RJC A)
27 - James Gershfield (Harmen)
Simon Moses (Blancos – includes two for Brady)