Yossi aims for top job

December 8, 2011

Yossi Benayoun insists he is ready to snub a move back to Israel in a bid to secure a managerial position in England.

The Arsenal midfielder, who scored his first European goal for the club during the recent 3-1 Champions League defeat by Olympiakos, is already contemplating life after football.

"At the end of my playing career, I'm thinking of moving into some sort of management role, " he


Shirley they're serious

December 8, 2011

Shirley Park boss Dave Lusman has thrown down the gauntlet to his players after they knocked Premier Division Southgate Harmen A out of the Peter Morrison Trophy.

Strikes from Nicky Plotnek and Stefan Benfredj set up a last-16 clash against MJSL side Hyde Park following a 2-1 win for the Division Three outfit.

"We knocked out a decent Harmen team but the competition's only going to get tough


Glenthorne make a point

December 8, 2011

Division One leaders Brady A dropped their first points of the season as they were held to a 1-1 draw by Glenthorne A with Max Radford scoring for Brady and Marc Radzan netting for Glenthorne.

Neither North London Raiders nor South Mancunians were able to find the net in their encounter, mainly due to the brilliance of both 'keepers.


Southend? I'm still seeing red

By James Masters, December 8, 2011

Dean Furman insists he is taking nothing for granted ahead of Tuesday's FA Cup clash with Southend United - despite being just 90 minutes away from facing Liverpool at Anfield.

The Oldham captain is fully focused on making sure his side make home advantage count in the second round replay at Boundary Park.


JC MSFL Matchday 14 preview

By Danny Caro, December 7, 2011

Hendon United Sports Club A will be flying the MSFL flag in the London FA Sunday Intermediate Cup, while there's also a David versus Goliath clash in the Peter Morrison Trophy on Matchday 14 of the JC MSFL season. There's also a full league programme scheduled. Danny Caro looks ahead to all the action.



Olim round-up: Jerusalem go top

December 6, 2011

Jerusalem entertained England B on a cold night in the capital in what would prove to be another masterclass of attacking football.

With three late drop outs leaving them with only one substitute, manager Richard Pater jigged things around, getting his tactics spot on for a 7-2 victory to put Jerusalem top on goal difference.


Danny Caro's Division 2 TOTW: Dec 4

By Danny Caro, December 6, 2011

1. David Garson (Faithfold C)

2. TBC

3. Steve Clements (Redbridge JC C)

4. Joe Grant (Glenthorne United A)

5. Charlie Resnick (Faithfold C)

6. Hadley Silver (Redbridge JC C)

7. Jake Saunders (Camden Park)

8. Josh Hambling (Glenthorne A)

9. James Gold (LM Lions B)

10. Doron Weinstein (Redbridge JC C)

11. Adam Grossman (Faithfold B)


Danny Caro's Premier Div TOTW: Dec 4

By Danny Caro, December 6, 2011

1. David Simnock (NL Raiders B)

2. Motti Colman (Hendon Utd SC A)

3. Josh Newman (LM Lions A)

4. Jonny Ellis (Brady Maccabi A)

5. Dan Grossman (NL Raiders B)

6. Jeremy Julius (LM Lions A)

7. Yoav Kestenbaum (Hendon Utd SC A)

8. Ben Sollosi (Redbridge JC A)

9. TJ Keterman (Brady Maccabi A)

10. Paul Hakim (Brady Maccabi A)

11. Marc Lazare (NW Neasden A)


Danny Caro's Division 1 TOTW: Dec 4

By Danny Caro, December 6, 2011

1. Oli Gee (Oakwood)

2. Ilan Scorah (Oakwood)

3. Dean Michaels (Chigwell Athletic)

4. Scott McKenzie (Redbridge JC B)

5. Alex Chernoff (Redbridge JC B)

6. Eddie Manson (Oakwood)

7. Joel Faugh (Redbridge JC B)

8. Dan Ash (Oakwood)

9. David Dobrin (Redbridge JC B)

10. Dan Orgel (Redbridge JC B)

11. Dan Geey (Oakwood)

Player: Dan Orgel (Redbridge JC B)


Northern team of the week: December 4

By James Masters, December 6, 2011

Here is my Northern Team of the Week for December 4.

1. Akiva Lieberman (Sporting JLGB)

2. Simon Nesbitt (Oakhill Lions)

3. Dylan Sidle (Republic of Mancunia 1st)

4. Gavin Horwich (Sporting JLGB)

5. Oli Senchal (Hyde Park Rovers)

6. Harry Roache (Oakhill Lions)

7. Bobby Fishel (Haroldeans)

8. Jacob Brunner (Oakhill Lions)

9. Max Rose (Manchester Maccabi 2nd)