Gould late show steers Maccabi to cup glory

By Danny Caro, August 30, 2012

Darren Rose Memorial Trophy
Maccabi Manchester 2 MJSL Rep Team 1

A late strike from Ben Gould saw Manchester Maccabi win the Darren Rose Memorial Trophy after a hard fought contest against the MJSL.

Maccabi just about edged the game although MJSL will count themselves unlucky hitting the woodwork and having a lot more of the ball in good positions.


Mixed reaction to MJSL late format change

August 24, 2012

The MJSL committee came under fire this week following its dramatic late U-turn in abandoning plans for a second division .

The 12 teams were set to be split into two tiers following a committee meeting on August 16 after the new format was agreed.

But just 24 hours later, the league ripped up its latest plans and reverted to having just a single division ahead of the new season.


MJSL Season 2012/13 preview

By James Masters, August 22, 2012

The MJSL kicks off this weekend with all 12 teams hoping for league success.

The newly-formed Republic of Flixton will be the team to beat this season following their acquisition of former Manchester Maccabi 1st managerial duo Stuart Delmonte and Tony Rosenberg.


New chapter for Republic

By James Masters, July 30, 2012

Republic of Mancunia will play at a stadium with a capacity of 2,500 after securing a deal to host their home matches at the Accounts Direct Stadium in Flixton.

The MJSL side, who will be renamed Republic of Flixton, will share the ground with Northwich Victoria after signing a four-year contract.


Gee quits Haroldeans

By James Masters, June 26, 2012

MJSL champions Haroldeans are looking for a new manager following the resignation of Ivan Gee.

Gee, who turns 75 next week, has spent the best part of 25 years with the Merseysiders and led them to the league title last season.

But Gee believes he is leaving his role at the right time and says the moment has come for an injection of youth at the top.


South Manchester dominate JC Northern Football awards

By James Masters, June 6, 2012

South Manchester Sports Club 1st dominated the JC Northern Football Awards as manager Darryl Lee and striker Adam Lavin scooped the top prizes.

South Manchester boss Lee was named JC Northern Manager of the Year after leading his side to a league and cup double and his side was also hailed as JC Northern Team of the Season.


JC MJSL Team of the Year 2012

By James Masters, June 6, 2012

Haroldeans trio Paul Harris, Zach Goodman and Bobby Abrams were all included in the JC MJSL Team of the Year after helping their side win the league title.

They are joined by Manchester Maccabi duo Josh Samberg and Jake Kelly as well as Hyde Park’s Oli Grant.


JC Northern Team of the Year 2012

By James Masters, June 6, 2012

After an enthralling season, the JC Northern All-Star team has been announced with South Manchester dominating the selection process.

Darryl Lee’s men won the league and cup double and boast four players in the team, while three MJSL clubs are also represented.


Delmonte and Rosenberg leave Manchester for Republic

By James Masters, May 31, 2012

Republic of Mancunia have pulled off a managerial masterstroke after securing the signatures of Stuart Delmonte and Tony Rosenberg.

The duo, who left their roles at Manchester Maccabi 1st on Tuesday, have agreed a deal to take over the
Republic 1st team after their resignations were accepted by club chairman Howard Hyman.


Abrams named MJSL Player of the Season

By James Masters, May 24, 2012

Bobby Abrams finished the season in style after celebrating his MJSL Player of the Year award with a stunning hat-trick.

The Haroldeans hitman took his tally to 24 league goals for the season to earn the MJSL Golden Boot following his heroics against Broughton.