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.


Bernstein buoyed by Euro display

June 26, 2012

FA chairman David Bernstein says England can be proud of their performance at Euro 2012 after they suffered another penalty shootout heartbreak at the quarter-final stage.

Having reached the last eight as group winners, England tumbled out after Ashley Young and Ashley Cole failed to convert their spot-kicks following a goalless draw against Italy.


Hapoel happy with Champions League draw

By Simon Griver, June 26, 2012

Hapoel Kiryat Shmona have been drawn against Slovakian champions MSK Zilina in the second qualifying round of the Champions League.

The Israelis will travel to Slovakia for the first leg on July 17/18, with the return leg in Israel the following week.


MJFL outdoor five-a-sides review

By Danny Caro, June 25, 2012

There were five team winners at the Maccabi Junior Football League outdoor five-a-side tournament.

In the Masters competition, Brady Maccabi White edged out Camden Park 1-0.

North London Raiders romped to a 5-1 victory over Brady Blue in the Plate final.

In the juniors events, HMH edged past Alyth Belsize Red 2-1 to lift the under-nine trophy.


Wolfson Hillel win MGB Year 5&6 tournament

By Danny Caro, June 25, 2012

Wolfson Hillel won Maccabi GB's Primary Years 5 and 6 Boys football tournament, held in partnership with UJIA.

The event, held at Mill Hill Power League, featured 12 schools and 17 teams to play. 170 young people took part in the tournament.


Transfer latest & rumour mill

By Danny Caro, June 25, 2012

Preparations for season 2012/13 are already well under way. Danny Caro brings you all the big, breaking transfer news and rumours.



Oakwood sign Bentley

By Danny Caro, June 25, 2012

Division One champions Oakwood have started planning for next season in the Premier Division by signing Hendon United Sports Club captain Josh Bentley.

The transfer was announced the day after the JC MSFL end-of-season awards and is seen as a big statement of intent from the team, co-managed by Ric Blank and Alex Schock.


Lipman crowned Player of the Season

By Danny Caro, June 18, 2012

Josh Lipman was crowned JC MSFL Player of the Season on Monday night.

The Hendon United Sports Club A central defender capped an excellent season by winning the top individual award at the end of season ceremony in Edgware.

Lipman was voted the stand-out performer in a season where Hendon clinched the treble.


Jets stars honoured

June 18, 2012

North West London Jets FC held its first ever award ceremony to celebrate the achievements of every player from under seven’s to under 12's with medals for all the players.

Trophies were awarded to players from the under nine's up to under 12's as well for Respect, Top Goalscorer, Rising Star, Outstanding Contribution and Player of the Year.


Lions make step up

By James Masters, June 18, 2012

London Lions Reserves will play in Division One of the Spartan South Midlands Reserve League next season after their promotion was finally ratified.

Lions, who won their final five league games of the season to secure a second place finish, will now face several clubs who have their first team in the Premier Division.