MJSL

Bor hails Fulda factor

By James Masters, November 2, 2011

David Bor believes the appointment of new boss Sydney Fulda has given Broughton’s players a new lease of life.

Fulda, who replaced Josh Bor at the helm last week, took charge of Broughton for the first time during Sunday’s agonising 2-1 defeat by South Manchester 2nd.

Two goals in the last 15 minutes gave South the points and condemned Broughton to an eight consecutive league defeat.

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Gothelf wary of Leeds

By James Masters, November 2, 2011

Zack Gothelf has warned his Oakhill side not to underestimate the challenge of winless Leeds Maccabi 3rd this weekend.

Oakhill are unbeaten in their past six outings and are just a point off second with a game in hand.

Leeds have lost six out of seven so far this term but Gothelf is expecting a tough test against Alex Ullmann’s side.

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Abrams ready for Rovers return

By James Masters, November 2, 2011

Hyde Park Rovers boss David Domb has warned Haroldeans star Bobby Abrams to expect a red-hot reception from his former team-mates in Sunday’s showdown.

League leaders Haroldeans have won all eight league games this season with Abrams topping the MJSL goalscoring charts with ten to his name.

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Ullmann ready for Oakhill

By James Masters, November 2, 2011

Alex Ullmann has urged his Leeds Maccabi 3rd side to quash their reputation as the MJSL’s ‘pushovers’ by claiming their first win of the season.

Leeds have six of their seven league games so far this season with their only point coming against reigning champions Manchester Maccabi 3rd.

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Northern team of the week

By James Masters, November 2, 2011

Here is my Northern Team of the Week:

Serge Fagelman (Broughton)

Avi Rosenthal (Haroldeans)

Dylan Sidle (Republic of Mancunia 1st)

David Seligman (Oakhill)

Toby Levy (South Manchester SC 1st)

Marc Yaffe (South Manchester SC 1st)

Gabriel Silva (Republic of Mancunia 2nd)

Jacob Brunner (Oakhill)

Adam Lavin (South Manchester SC 1st) STAR MAN

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Bentwood eyes cup glory

By James Masters, November 1, 2011

Steve Bentwood has set his sights on cup success after his Manchester Maccabi 3rd side suffered their second league defeat of the season.

The reigning champions went down 3-1 at Oakhill on Sunday and are now ten points behind league leaders Haroldeans.

Maccabi’s form has been patchy in recent weeks with their humbling by Crumpsall sending shockwaves through the MJSL.

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Collins delighted for South's Stewart

By James Masters, November 1, 2011

South Manchester 2nd boss Neil Collins paid tribute to Gary Stewart after the goalkeeper returned from an horrific eye injury in Sunday’s win over Broughton.

Stewart came within millimetres of losing his sight after being caught by Haroldeans’ Adam Boyars during last month’s 4-1 defeat against the Merseysiders.

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Simons happy with second string

By James Masters, November 1, 2011

Manchester Maccabi 2nd claimed a battling point after recording a 2-2 draw against Mundo in their latest Manchester Accountants League Division One game.

Ben Annis marked his debut with a stunning 25-yard strike as Martin Simons’ men got a deserved reward for their performance.

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Northern team of the week nominations

By James Masters, October 31, 2011

Northern Team of the Week nominations:

Goalkeepers:
Serge Fagelman (Broughton)
Mike Hirshman (Republic of Mancunia 1st)

Defenders:
Toby Levy (South Manchester 1st)
Dylan Sidle (Republic of Mancunia 1st)
Nathan Ezair (South Manchester 2nd)
Jack Rowe (South Manchester 2nd)
Avi Rosenthal (Haroldeans)
Rafi Lewis (Manchester Maccabi 2nd)
David Seligman (Oakhill)
Jack Roache (Oakhill)

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Selwyn proud of Maccabi

By James Masters, October 31, 2011

Leeds Sunday Alliance Premier Division
Waggon Athletic 1
Leeds Maccabi 1st 0

Leeds Maccabi 1st boss Ian Selwyn paid tribute to his players after they took league leaders Waggon Athletic to the wire on Sunday.

Maccabi produced one of their most impressive performances of the season against the unbeaten table-toppers but somehow failed to take a deserved point from the contest.

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