Bradman puts City in charge of Olim League

January 23, 2013

Aviv City moved top of the Hamilton Court Olim League with an impressive 2-0 victory over title rivals England FC.

An excellent performance from City keeper Rob Bradman helped them leapfrog England on goal difference with four matches remaining.

Jerusalem are a point behind following a convincing 5-2 win over Jaffa.


JC MSFL Matchday 19 review

By Danny Caro, January 20, 2013

The entire JC MSFL programme fell victim to the weather as snow wiped out Matchday 19 of the season. This means that double-headers have moved a step closer, with League Fixtures Secretary Nigel Burns left with some tough decisions to make, especially with Oakwood A and Faithfold still involved in four competitions, and the Oaks having only played six league matches to date.


Furman ready to shine in front of 90,000 supporters

By James Masters, January 18, 2013

Dean Furman says he's still pinching himself and has been living in a dream world ahead of tomorrow’s Africa Cup of Nations opener against Cape Verde.

The South Africa midfielder is set to make his first competitive start in front of 90,000 home fans just months after making his debut against Brazil.


Football in brief

By Danny Caro, January 18, 2013

Stuttgart are planning to bring Tomer Hemed to the Bundesliga. The Israel striker has scored seven times for relegation-threatened Mallorca in La Liga.

* Wisla Krakow midfielder Maor Melikson has signed for French La Ligue outfit Valenciennes.

* James Gershfield has returned to Potter Bar Town following a short spell at Wingate & Finchley.


Respect - a little goes a long way

By Danny Caro, January 18, 2013

There are times when, believe it or not, footballers forget that referees are human. At times, it can be a thankless task trying to control 22 players and keep order for 90 minutes.

Players make mistakes and, let's be honest, so do referees, although only the biggest and best are honest enough to admit them.


Players made my life a misery, says de la Fuente

By Danny Caro, January 18, 2013

This is the moment referee Martin de la Fuente walked off the pitch and threatened to abandon a match because of unruly behaviour.

The match in Wembley reached boiling point 17 minutes into the second half after a mass confrontation between rival players, officials and supporters in Sunday’s Division One match between Camden Park and Temple Fortune A.


JC MSFL Matchday 19 preview

By Danny Caro, January 17, 2013

There's a full league programme scheduled on Matchday 19 of the JC MSFL, with the clash between title hopefuls Hendon and Faithfold the pick of the bunch. Danny Caro looks ahead to all the action and predicts the winners and losers.




Rusty Lions forced to settle for a point

By Danny Caro, January 16, 2013


London Lions returned to action on Saturday after nearly six weeks of not playing due to a lack of fixtures and the bad weather, managing a 2-2 draw with a hard working Southall side.


Danny Caro's Division Three TOTW: January 18

By Danny Caro, January 16, 2013

Here is this week's top team from Division Three.

1. MARC JACOBS (Loughton Orient) - made some important stops in the win over Hendon C

2. RICHARD 'SCOTTY' ALEXANDER (L’Equipe) - "The right-back was pure class today marking his winger out of the game and putting in some great crosses from deep.


Danny Caro's Division One TOTW: January 18

By Danny Caro, January 16, 2013

1. BEN ROSENTHAL (Woodford Wanderers) - it was great to see the big man back from injury and back to his best

2. BEN HARRIS (Camden Park) - a 90-minute master-class against Fortune, ticked all the boxes

3. SIMON FELSTEIN (Chigwell Athletic) - pushing for a place in the Spurs squad after this performance!