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Keterman leads the way as NW Neasden go top

By Danny Caro, November 12, 2009

North West Neasden A are three points clear at the top of the JC MSFL Premier Division following a 4-1 victory over Glenthorne United A.

TJ Keterman (2), Jake Gottlieb and Scott Shindler eased them home in a top against bottom clash.

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Team of the week: 12th November 2009

By Danny Caro, November 12, 2009

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Marcelle Lazarus stands down from Accrington Stanley

By Danny Caro, November 11, 2009

Marcelle Lazarus has explained the reason behind her resignation as joint chairperson of Accrington Stanley.

Lazarus, 47, joined the club in July and played a key role in keeping the team’s afloat as they faced a race against time to pay an outstanding tax bill.

Currently recovering from swine flu, Lazarus, a mother of six from Whitefield, said: “It wasn’t what I thought it was going to be and enough is enough. I decided to walk away.

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London Lions clear at the top

By Danny Caro, November 10, 2009

London Lions stayed top of the Herts County Premier League with a 4-0 win over Codicote.

Two goals from Lee Cash and one apiece from Dean Nyman and Daniel Stanton ensured Lions good run continued.

A third clean sheet in a row means Lions have now not conceded for 270 minutes.

Lions: Matt Davis, Danny Cole, Guy Morris, Adam Myeroff (sub: Tony Gold), Rob Glass, Daniel Stanton, Ben Lauffer, Lee Cash, Andy Glynne (sub: James Stanley), Aron Freeman, Dean Nyman

Man of the match: Lee Cash

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Rob Levy and Simon Sugar win Maccabi tennis title

By Danny Caro, November 9, 2009

Rob Levy and his partner Simon Sugar, the son of Lord Sugar, won the open doubles title at the Maccabi GB National Tennis tournament at David Lloyd in Chigwell.

The first final of the this year’s Maccabi competition saw Levy and Sugar overcome Daniel Cordell and Rob Taub.

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Razor Resnick lifts the Hawks

By Danny Caro, November 9, 2009

A hat-trick from Joshua Resnick enabled Hendon Hawks B to climb off the foot of the Under 10 table with a 4-3 victory over Alyth Belsize in Edgware in the Maccabi GB Primary Football League.

The Hawks dominated throughout with an early strike as Resnick beat the Alyth goalkeeper with a shot that nestled in the bottom left hand corner.

Showing great intent, it was not long before the lead was extended courtesy of Jonathan Korn, who was on hand to tap home at the near post.

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First lady Lieberman appointed Mavericks head coach

By Danny Caro, November 6, 2009

Nancy Lieberman has become the first female head coach of an NBA basketball team.

The first women to play pro basketball with men, Lieberman has taken charge of the Dallas Mavericks’ affiliate in the NBA Development League, which will tip off next November.

Lieberman said: “I feel like I'm the right person for the job. “I know how these guys feel. I played in the minor leagues. I’m ultimately connected to that part of development in a player’s life.”

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Hapoel Tel Aviv close to next stage of Europe League

By Danny Caro, November 6, 2009

Hapoel Tel Aviv need a point from their last two games to qualify for the last 32 of the Europa League after claiming a stunning victory in Vienna on Thursday night.

The Israelis moved two points clear at the top of Group C following a 3-0 victory that saw them complete the double over the Austrians.

Avihay Yadin put Hapoel on the road to their third victory with a deflected strike 13 minutes into the game.

Gil Vermouth doubled the lead after 65 minutes. He then turned provider five minutes later, allowing Bebars Natcho to blast home Hapoel’s 12 goal of the group stage.

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Team of the week: 5th November 2009

By Danny Caro, November 5, 2009

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Boxing clever or punch drunk? Only time will tell ...

By Danny Caro, November 5, 2009

The next few weeks are massive for Jewish boxing fans with two fighters involved in high-profile bouts. It’s been a while since the community had something to shout about in terms of bragging rights in the ring but we must not forget that the sport has produced some top Jewish sporting talent.

The names of Benny Leonard, Barney Ross, Abe Attell, Ted ‘kid’ Lewis, Maxie Rosenbloom and Daniel Mendoza may be blasts from the past but the history books show that at one point, many of the top boxers in the world were Jewish.

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Once bitten, twice shy as Lerner teaches Neasden a lesson

By Danny Caro, November 5, 2009

Rob Lerner came back to haunt his old club as he booked Brady Maccabi a place in the second round of the JC League Cup with a 2-1 victory over North West Neasden B.

Eli Houri (4), Jeremy Elster (3) and player-manager Phil Peters (2) steered UJS Norstar A to a 9-0 drubbing of HMH.

A hat-trick from Paul Lenchner lifted Faithfold A to second in the JC MSFL Premier Division following a 4-0 victory over Hendon United B. Substitute Daniel Stock was also on target.

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More Champions League heartbreak for Haifa

By Danny Caro, November 4, 2009

Maccabi Haifa suffered their fourth consecutive Champions League defeat on Tuesday night, going down 1-0 to Italian giants Juventus in Ramat Gan.

Teased and tormented by the Serie A outfit, Haifa’s European scoring drought continued as they failed to register for a fourth consecutive match.

Unlike the corresponding encounter a fortnight ago in Turin, Haifa failed to get a foothold in the game as Juve’s Brazilian playmaker Diego dictated the contest.

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Lions regain top spot in Herts League

By Danny Caro, November 3, 2009

London Lions returned to the top of the Herts County Premier Division courtesy of an outstanding team performance that earned them a 1-0 victory at Park Street Village.

What made the win even more special was that it was in Park Street’s back yard, where no previous Lions team had been successful.

Lions produced their finest performance of the season and deserved the points against tough opposition.

They defended with heroic determination, attacked with poise and precision and eventually came out victorious, courtesy of an own goal from an undependable cross from Dean Nyman.

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Lions to play Redbridge in League Cup

By Danny Caro, November 3, 2009

MSFL giants London Maccabi Lions A and Redbridge Jewish Care A will go head-to-head in the tie of the second round following the JC Cyril Anekstein Cup draw made in Edgware on Monday night.

The Lions will go into the tie with a psychological edge having beaten the East Londoners 3-1 in the league a fortnight ago.

Lions’ B team have also drawn top-flight opposition in the shape of Glenthorne United A. The teams recently drew 4-4 in the league.

Holders Hendon United A have been drawn away at Division Four high-flyers Real Life.

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Maccabi tumble out of the cup

By Danny Caro, November 2, 2009

Manchester Maccabi 1st bowed out of the Margaret Piggot Memorial Cup after going down 2-1 against RVP.

Constant overnight rain and a ferocious howling wind made for a not so welcoming arena as Maccabi entertained fellow premier division opponents in the main cup for the league.

With striker Luc Fracheboud having returned to his home country, manager Scott McGarvey brought in bright prospect, David Herman up front to partner Leor Sidle.

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Hawks record a perfect 10

By Danny Caro, November 2, 2009

Hendon Hawks A Under 10s secured a third consecutive victory, beating Redbridge Jewish Care by 10-2 in the MGBPFL clash.

The Hawks were quick out of the starting blocks with Matti Karp opening the scoring with a counter-attack. A Redbridge corner was whipped in only to be headed out to Matti Karp, who ran the length of the pitch to slot the ball into the back of the net.

The Hawks continued to dominate proceedings and within minutes the Hawks lead was extended by David Amor, who was on hand to poach home the re-bound after Josh Weiler's effort was parried.

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Team of the week: 29th October 2009

By Danny Caro, October 29, 2009

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Rep call-up separates the men from the boys

By Danny Caro, October 29, 2009

Rep team manager Jamie Cole let off some steam after he was forced to postpone the trials ahead of selecting the squad to compete in the London Inter-League Cup. The date at Rowley Lane had been pencilled in for several weeks but Cole, who also joint-manages North West Neasden A, was let down by late withdrawals from players who cried off through illness, simchas or holidays.

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Europa League: Hapoel hammer Rapid Vienna

By Danny Caro, October 23, 2009

Hapoel Tel Aviv are joint top of Europa League Group C after thumping former leaders Rapid Vienna 5-1 on Thursday.

Following the disappointment of Maccabi Haifa’s third consecutive defeat in the Champions League, the Reds registered their biggest victory in European football courtesy of four second half strikes in Israel.

Hapoel’s second victory of the group stage came in a match they went ahead in after 30 minutes, courtesy of an own goal from Andreas Dober.

But the Israelis were ahead for less than two minutes, however, as Steffen Hofmann’s free-kick found the net.

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Team of the week: 23rd October 2009

By Danny Caro, October 22, 2009

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