JC MSFL Super Soccer Sunday review: November 27

By Danny Caro, November 27, 2011

First division Brixton Old Boys A caused a sensation after dumping giants Neasden A out of the JC Cyril Anekstein Cup, while there was also an impressive victory for cup holders Redbridge Jewish Care A who won 5-0 at Premier Division rivals Faithfold A. Danny Caro looks back on all the action in league and cup.


Israel's World Cup to start in Azerbaijan

By Simon Griver, November 25, 2011

Israel will open its World Cup 2014 qualifying campaign away to Azerbaijan on September 7.

The team, currently managed by Luis Fernandez, welcome Russia to Ramat Gan four days later.

The fixtures for Group F, which see Israel also pitted alongside Portugal, , Northern Ireland, and Luxembourg, were decided today when heads of the national football associations met in Luxembourg.


JC MSFL rumour mill: November 25

By Danny Caro, November 25, 2011

FC Team will announce a major new signing on Monday. Manager Mitch Young told JC Sport: “With all the top signings being made in the Prem, I can confirm a new name early next week.”


Barnsley pull out of Assulin loan move

By Danny Caro, November 24, 2011

Barnsley have pulled out of a deal to sign Gai Assulin on loan.

The Israeli had agreed to join the Tykes until January 3 but manager Keith Hill decided to back down. due to concerns over the Manchester City midfielder’s fitness.

Hill told the club’s official website: "On advice from the medical staff at Man City, it's just a deal that we can't do.


Majestic Matt stops Tottenham

November 24, 2011

Matt Davis was one of the stars of the show as Enfield Town beat a Spurs XI 2-1 in a match to mark the official opening of Enfield's new Queen Elizabeth Stadium.

The Team GB keeper produced a series of outstanding saves against a strong Tottenham team including Andros Townsend.

Davis said: "I was delighted with the my performance.


Call for tougher punishments for racism on the pitch

By Danny Caro, November 24, 2011

Racial hatred on the football pitch must continue to be dealt with by a firm hand, not a handshake.

That is the call from Maccabi League player Virgil Levy (left), who was on the receiving end of racial abuse during a game two years ago.


Assulin joins Barnsley on loan

By Simon Griver, November 23, 2011

The Championship today welcomed a third Israeli after Gai Assulin completed a loan move to Barnsley from Manchester City until January 3.

Earlier this month we told you that Assulin, 20, was looking to drop down into the Championship after acknowledging he had little chance of breaking into City's first team squad


Morris at the double for London Lions

November 23, 2011

South Midlands League Division One
Sun Postal Sports 2 London Lions 4

A double from Guy Morris and one apiece from Ricky Engleman and Dean Nyman gave Lions a fully deserved 4-2 victory over Sun Postal Sports.

Lions continued a great run of form with a resounding away win courtesy of two bullet headers from Morris, an opportunist strike from Engleman and a stunning goal from Nyman.


JC MSFL Super Sunday preview

By Danny Caro, November 23, 2011

The third round of the JC Cyril Anekstein Cup takes centre stage on Sunday with several mouth-watering ties in store. Danny Caro looks ahead to all the action.




Danny Caro's Division 4 TOTW: Nov 20

By Danny Caro, November 22, 2011

1. Dan Korn (Brady Maccabi B)

2. Alex Bosier (Brady Maccabi B)

3. James Lesner (SPEC FC)

4. Oliver Kay (Brady Maccabi B)

5. Laurence Rosenthal (SPEC FC)

6. Dan Rothman (FC Team C)

7. Dean Ingram (Temple Fortune B)

8. Doug Berlin (SPEC FC)

9. Nicky Woolf (NL Raiders C)

10. Daniel Hildebrand (Brady Maccabi B)

11. Adam Bier (Athletic Bilbaum)