Football

New boys inspire Lions C

September 5, 2011

JC MSFL DIVISION TWO
LONDON MACCABI LIONS C 3 REDBRIDGE JEWISH CARE C 1

London Maccabi Lions C got off to a roaring start to the new season as they showed their bouncebackability from being a goal down against Redbridge C.

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South Manchester off to a flyer

September 5, 2011

Accounts League Premier Division
South Manchester Sports 1st 6 Saints 0

South Manchester Sports started the season in some style, running in six against a Saints team that could not cope with the variation and movement of the South attack.

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Maccabi Masters season 2011/12 preview

September 5, 2011

With two – possibly three – new teams in the Maccabi Masters League, and several others strengthening their squads, it looks like being a very interesting year ahead.

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Lions well beaten

September 2, 2011

London Lions were well beaten by Wodson Park in a game where they were up against it before a ball was kicked.

An hour before kick-off, Lions lost their keeper to a repoted flat tyre and Josh Kennet pulled out to last-minute work commitments.

Manager Tony Gold managed to pull in 18-year-old Declan Green at 40 minutes notice to take charge between the sticks.

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Gold pleased with Lions improvement

September 2, 2011

Lions boss Tony Gold watched his team battle out a competitive goalless draw with unbeaten Cockfosters at Broxbourne’s Goff’s Oak Stadium to end a run of three defeats.

Neither side could break the deadlock despite having good chances but the Lions manager was happy with a share of the points.

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Lions edged out by Harpenden

September 2, 2011

Tony Gold, manager of London Lions, picked the positives out of the Tuesday's 2-1 defeat against Harpenden Town in the South Midlands League Division One.

A gutsy Lions performance went unrewarded as they went down fighting.

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We must score more goals, says Lee

September 2, 2011

South Manchester boss Darryl Lee is backing his boys to improve on last year's fifth place finish in the Manchester Accountants League Premier Division.

"We're a very young side with an average age of 21 so we do tend to struggle physically," Lee said.

"But we're learning all the time and I think with the squad we've got there's no reason why we shouldn't finish in the top three.

"If we c

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Leeds ready to hit back

September 2, 2011

Ian Selwyn, manager of Leeds Maccabi, hopes his players can learn from the disappointment of last season as they go into their new campaign.

"Last year was a bit of a disappointment for us because it was my first year and we were still finding out which players were up to playing in non-Jewish football," he said.

"It's a very physical league and it's really difficult for some of the lads who

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Shocks galore in MJSL opener

By James Masters, September 2, 2011

Neil Collins, manager of South Manchester 2nd, believes he's turned into the MJSL's very own version of Arsene Wenger following his side's opening day disaster.

While Arsenal were busy getting thumped at Old Trafford, Collins' troops were given a footballing lesson by newly formed Republic of Mancunia's second string.

After losing out in the MJSL Charity Shield to Republic's first team, Coll

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Manchester hungry for silverware

By David Gold, September 2, 2011

Manchester Maccabi gear up for the new season on the back of their stunning success in the final of the Peter Morrison Trophy last season.

Managed by Stuart Delmonte and Tony Rosenberg, the Brooklands club will be looking for an improved showing in the second division of the Tameside League in which they tailed off in the final weeks of the campaign.

Having mounted a strong challenge, four g

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