Souber steps down as Fortune manager

By Danny Caro, May 20, 2011

Andrew Souber has stepped down as manager of Temple Fortune, just weeks after leading them to the JC MSFL Division Two title.

The decision of Souber, 38, came as a major surprise although we understand it is connected to work and family commitments.


Premier Division Team of the Season: profiles

By Danny Caro, May 19, 2011

Dan Lee (Redbridge Jewish Care A) - the MSFL is blessed with several fine young keepers. Lee helped Redbridge complete a league and cup double. During a busy season, he also played for London Lions and the JC MSFL Rep Team. The owner of a monster kick, he was a big part of RJC's double dream.


Danny Caro's Divisional Teams of the Season

By Danny Caro, May 19, 2011

Some familiar faces have made it into the teams of the year from the Premier through to Division Four. But it's the newcomers who have caught the eye too. Here is my class of 2010/11.




Emanuel takes charge at Montana

By Danny Caro, May 17, 2011

Montana Boca United have appointed Vivian Emanuel as their new manager for next season.

The club operated under chairman Raymond Harrod who along with Adam Osper, worked as caretaker-managers following the departure of Marc Ziedman. They finished sixth in Division One last season.

Emmanuel joins the club following a stint at Pinner JFC in Division Four.


JC MSFL Top-Scorers - final standings

By Danny Caro, May 17, 2011

Glenthorne United hotshot Fabio Revieccio finished top-scorer in the JC MSFL for season 2010/11.

Nicknamed the Italian Stallion, Revieccio edged out the evergreen Ben Simons of Faithfold C by three goals.


Faithfold pay the penalty as Manchester wins Morrison final

By Danny Caro, May 16, 2011

Faithfold were beaten on penalties at Oldham Athletic's Boundary Park as Manchester Maccabi lifted the Peter Morrison Trophy.

Defences dominated throughout with neither team able to break through in 120 minutes of open play.



JC MSFL Matchday 35 review

By Danny Caro, May 15, 2011

Manchester Maccabi lifted the Peter Morrison Trophy after beating on penalties while Inter Borehamwood clinched the JC MSFL Division Four title.

PMT - Manchester win cup final shootout
Div 4 - Borehamwood clinch title after five-goal thriller



Wood stay on course

May 12, 2011

Inter Borehamwood have taken the Division Four title race to the last weekend of the season following an 8-2 win over Los Blancos.

Adam Newman (3), Ben Zelouf, Joe Levy, Joel Lassman, Jerome Colmans and Richard Winton were the marksmen.


JC MSFL Matchday 35 preview

By Danny Caro, May 11, 2011

The Peter Morrison Trophy final takes centre stage this weekend while there is also the small matter of a potential title-decider in Division Four as the JC MSFL season draws to a close. Danny Caro looks ahead to all the action.

nb: Weekend review will be published late Sunday evening this week with DC in Liverpool.


Cup final profiles: Manchester Maccabi

By Danny Caro, May 10, 2011

The experts make Manchester favourites to win Sunday's Peter Morrison final. Find out why.

Route to the final
Semi-final – bt NL Raiders (h) 1-0– Andy Rosenberg
Quarter-final – bt Leeds Maccabi 1st (a) – 1-0 (a) - Louie Basso
Round 4 – bt London Maccabi Lions (a) 2-0 Jacob Richler-Kleiman
Round 3 – bt South Manchester (a) - 3-1 - Andy Rosenberg, Rafi Leeker, Adam Lavin