First title for Clore Shalom

August 1, 2013

Clore Shalom won their first-ever football trophy after their Year Four and Five team triumphed in the Borehamwood and District Tournament.


Maccabiah opening something quite special

By Danny Caro, August 1, 2013

The first few days at the 19th Maccabiah Games have been something quite special.

Two days at pre-camp featured some incredible sights, as the majority of the 453-strong Team GB squad converged on Jerusalem.


Arsenal confirms no restriction on Israel in Emirates deal

By Marcus Dysch, July 19, 2013

Arsenal Football Club has confirmed that its sponsorship deal with the Emirates airline does not contain a clause which would discriminate against Israel.

Emirates has exclusive naming rights to the Premier League club’s stadium in north London.


Lions down to bare bones, says Gold

By Danny Caro, July 12, 2013

Tony Gold says he faces a selection nightmare ahead of London Lions’ opening matches of the new season.

Having clinched the Spartan South Midlands League Division One title in May, the Lions start their first-ever season in the SSML Premier Division with a match away to Leverstock Green on August 10.


GB Masters complete Maccabiah preparations

July 11, 2013

Maccabi GB's Maccabiah Masters over-35's completed their training for the 19th Maccabiah Games with a three-day camp in Spain, based at the outstanding Marbella Football Centre in Spain.


Israel could be booted out of world football, says Fifa's Blatter

By Simon Griver, July 11, 2013

Fifa President Sepp Blatter has warned that Israel could be suspended from international football.

Speaking during what he described as a “sensitive diplomatic mission” to Israel this week, Mr Blatter claimed that government interference in football was the main reason for the threat.


Altman loaned out to Maccabi

By Simon Griver, July 5, 2013

Omri Altman, 19, has agreed a one-year loan deal with Israeli champions Maccabi Tel Aviv.

The Israel under-21 star recently signed a two-year contract extension at Fulham who believe the deal with his former club will give the player some valuable first-team experience.

"This is an amazing lad that will go as far as possible,’ said his agent, Gilad Katsav.


A match made in heaven

By Danny Caro, July 5, 2013

I’m sure Eilon Kennet won’t mind me comparing his return to London Maccabi Lions to that of Kenny Dalglish at Liverpool a couple of years ago.


I'm proud to be back at the Lane, says Kennet

By Danny Caro, July 5, 2013

Eilon Kennet says he is relishing new challenges after being appointed manager of London Maccabi Lions A for the third time.


Doncaster in for Furman

July 5, 2013

Dean Furman looks set to complete a move to Championship new boys Doncaster Rovers next week.

The South Africa midfielder was on loan at Rovers for six weeks at the end of last season, culminating in a final day thriller against Brentford which they won to clinch the League One title.