Maccabi Germany go into Day 2 of the European Maccabi Football Trophy in great shape after claiming four points out of a possible six against the respective Team Maccabi GB sides in the Open Football competition at Rowley Lane.
Season 2013/14 went right to wire in the top-flight, with Hendon breaking NLR's hearts after over-coming a mammoth fixture backlog on their way to the title, capping a memorable treble-winning campaign. Danny Caro analysis the performance of the teams.
1. HENDON UNITED SPORTS CLUB A League record: Pl. 18, W. 15, D. 3, L. 0, F. 46, A. 10, Pts. 48
Some of the leading figures from the MGBSFL, MJSL and further afield have given their predictions about the destiny of the 2014 World Cup, host nation Brazil, holders Spain or Argentina highly-fancied.
There's simply no stopping this MGBSFL Division One master-class.
1. BEN ROSENTHAL (Woodford Wanderers) - "The best GK in all of MGBSFL," according to Tony Charles. " At 6ft 5in, Ben commands his penalty area with strong authority. A 'calming' influence on the rest of the team and always demanding the best from his defenders, Ben has continued to strike fear into any opposing player".