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Glenthorne Utd B vs Shirley Park

By Danny Caro, February 7, 2011

Two goals from Fabio Revieccio put Glenthorne back in pole position for the JC MSFL Division Four title as they overcame fellow high-flyers Shirley Park in Chigwell. Here are some of the key moments. Photos: Marc Morris.

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Ten-man Neasden A stun Lions

By Danny Caro, February 7, 2011

A late strike from Lee Cash, his second of the game took 10-man Neasden into the last four as they overcame the cup holders at Rowley Lane with coach Darren Yarlett maintaining his 100 per cent record as manager, filling in for Jamie Cole.

Played in gusty conditions, Neasden were soon on the back foot when Yarlett pulled his hamstring and was forced off injured. Neasden had no substitutes and soldiered on with 10.

In between strikes from Cash and a quality low 20-yard drive from Ben Ellis, Pete Lazard and Ben Joseph scored for Lions.

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Arghebant steers GB to victory

By Danny Caro, February 7, 2011

Maccabi GB beat the National League side London United in their first competitive futsal match.
With five months to go before the European Maccabi Games in Vienna, MGB came from two goals down to win 6-5 in Crystal Palace.

Strikes from Sam Arghebant, Jonathan Green and Daniel Sugarman they found themselves 3-2 up before the South London based opposition - comprising mainly of Brazilian ex-pats - levelled matters just before the interval.

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Brady buckle late on against 10-man Redbridge

By Danny Caro, February 7, 2011

A hat-trick from DEAN NYMAN boosted Redbridge's treble hopes as they hit first division high-flyers Brady for six at Fairlop.

Steve Summers, Daran Bern and Sam McCarthy completed the rout for the 10 men of RJC.

RJC manager Sam McCarthy told JC Sport: "It took us to the first half to get into gear. Although we had the majority of play in the first 45, we struggled to service the front men as quickly as we should have and this compromised us creating the chances.

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Danny Caro's Goal of the Week - Feb 6

By Danny Caro, February 6, 2011

The waiting is over. Due to the high standard of goals, I've opted to split this week's award into two categories - individual goal of the week and team goal of the week. And the winners are ...

DC INDIVIDUAL GOAL OF THE WEEK

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Woodford boss Aviram reveals new signings

By Danny Caro, February 6, 2011

Woodford Wanderers chairman Alex Aviram splashed the cash in the January transfer window, spending big money on three new signings.

The Wanderers chief found himself struggling for numbers with injury to several key players, but the new signings will no doubt help boost the squad and the team's promotion assault.

Manager Alex Aviram and assistant Mitch Hahn confirmed the massive capture of Jon Kurrant this week. In 2009, Kurrant helped Team GB reach the final of the Maccabiah Games and both Aviram and Hahn look forward to seeing the defensive technician in Woodford colours.

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Red-hot Revieccio puts Thornes in charge

By Danny Caro, February 6, 2011

Glenthorne United B kept up the pressure on leaders Blizzard Storm, coming from behind to edge a tight game with Shirley Park at the top of Division Four as Fabio Riveccio scored twice to cancel out Jamie Bushell's opener.

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Zeds make it two on the spin

By Danny Caro, February 6, 2011

Zig Zag came from behind to claim a 3-1 victory over Team JLGB.

JLGB started the game brightly and were in control from the off. The first real chance of the game feel to Joe Cullum and he took his chance sensationally. The goal was an absolute stunner, probable goal of the season for JLGB and a definate reccomendation for goal of the week.

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Los Blancos stuns Neasden B to reach cup semis

By Danny Caro, February 6, 2011

Two goals from Dany Kon helped Los Blancos record one of the biggest upsets in Jewish football history as they stunned Premier Division Neasden B 3-2 to reach the semi-finals of the JC Cyril Anekstein Cup.

With four divisions seperating the teams, Blancos felt only slightly better to learn Neasden would be fielding a weakened side.

The early possession was dominated by Joel Minsky's men and the opening goal came against the run of play. A long Neasden throw was flicked by Rob Bloch into the far corner.

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JC MSFL Matchday 21 review

By Danny Caro, February 6, 2011

Los Blancos claimed result of the day as they stunned Premier Division Neasden B in the Anekstein, while Redbridge A, Neasden A and Hendon United Sports Club A completed the semi-finals line-up after a 10-man Neasden A eliminated holders London Maccabi Lions A at Rowley Lane.

JC MSFL MATCHDAY 21 REVIEW
PMT – Harmen squeeze past Montana
JC CAC – Los Blancos stuns Neasden B, Cash sends Neasden through, Hammers edge past Faithfold, RJC hit Brady for six
DIV 1 – Chigwell beat FC Team in five-goal thriller
DIV 2 – Brixton show 10-man L'Equipe what four

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Team of the week: 3rd February 2011

By Danny Caro, February 3, 2011

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Moving club is the easy option, but not everyone takes it

By Danny Caro, February 3, 2011

Loyalty is a word that counts for very little at all levels of football these days. Starting at the top, we saw some last-ditch big money moves in the Premiership transfer window with players such as Fernando Torres and Andy Carroll, who only recently had pledged their love of their clubs, moving on for mega-bucks.

The world of MSFL football sees players moving from club to club from season to season, sometimes even more than once a season, believing that the grass is greener on the other side.

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It's in our own hands now, says Garbacz

By Danny Caro, February 3, 2011

David Garbacz, manager of Hendon United Sports Club A, believes his team will last the distance in the Premier Division title race after crushing defending champions North West Neasden A 7-2.

Strikes from defender Paul Bentley (2), Yishai Last, Ben Kon, Greg Corin, Avidan Last and Josh Bentley kept the Reds within a point of leaders Redbridge Jewish Care A, whom they have to play again.

Garbacz said: "We put up another quality performance against a Neasden team clearly lacking in confidence.

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JC MSFL Matchday 21 preview

By Danny Caro, February 2, 2011

Eight will become four on Sunday morning as the quarter-finals of the JC Cyril Anekstein Cup takes place. There is also a mouth-watering top-of-the-table clash in Division Four. Danny Caro looks ahead to all the action.

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Maccabi League vs North London League

By Danny Caro, February 2, 2011

Goals from Kyle Bentwood, Daran Bern and captain Alex Levack earned the Maccabi League Rep Team a 3-0 victory over the North London League as they started the London Inter-League Cup competition in style. Here is the pick of the action. Photos: Marc Morris.

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Maccabi starts London Cup campaign in style

By Danny Caro, February 1, 2011

Goals from Kyle Bentwood, Daran Bern and captain Alex Levack earned the Maccabi League Rep Team a 3-0 victory over the North London League as they started the London Inter-League Cup competition in style at the Abrahams Stadium at a foggy Wingate & Finchley.

The Maccabi team went into the game on the back of an eventful 2010 campaign, where they won last season’s Inter-League final, only to lose out after fielding ineligible players. It was clear that the team were out to prove a point with Levack and Babai, two players who also played last season, catching the eye once more.

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South Manchester kept title hopes alive

By Danny Caro, February 1, 2011

South Manchester kept their slim title hopes alive with a pulsating win against Westdene’s second team.

Mark Collins struck twice, with Jake Feinstein, David Tuck and Jeremy Nivern scoring the other goals for the visitors, while Ben Blackston struck twice for the hosts and Mike Sheldon scored a penalty.

Collins latched onto a loose ball on the edge of the area to put Manchester in front after 20 minutes, taking a touch before firing into the top corner from 20 yards.

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Danny Caro's Monthly awards - January 2011

By Danny Caro, February 1, 2011

North London Raiders C are toasting a win double after defender Matt Greene and Oli Shorts scooped my respective JC MSFL Player and Manager of the Month awards for January.

Greene received praise from Shorts for “coming into the team and effortlessly slotting into the holding midfield role. He has also covered in defence on a few occasions and popped up with some vital goals and some assists to boot”.

Shorts added: “Matt has become the Alex Song of Raiders C and in my opinion that is the highest praise I can give to anyone playing where he does”.

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Danny Caro's Team of the Week - Jan 30

By Danny Caro, February 1, 2011

Josh Cohen (Los Blancos) - “as put forward by opposing manager Simon Linden, Josh was everywhere today. It was a scrappy affair on a poor pitch which made both goalies lives harder than normal, but Josh was in true command of his area and cleared up anything that came his way. By no means at fault for Blizzard's goal, JC's box was peppered with crosses for the remaining 25 minutes as we held on to our lead, but not once did he look like conceding again. He pulled off a superb one handed save, tipping a ball destined for the top corner over the bar in the closing stages”

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Win for Pinner JFC Under 14s

By Danny Caro, January 31, 2011

Pinner JFC Under 14s claimed their first win of 2011 with a 3-1 success over VEP Knights.

After a series of postponements and cup games, the Sky Blues were looking to improve their record from the first half of the season that had seen Pinner win seven and lose three with defeats so far being by the odd goal including a previous 3-2 home defeat against the Knights who are current Watford Friendly League division leaders.

Pinner’s desire was obvious from the start where they dominated play for the first 20 minutes, forcing several fine saves from the talented Knights keeper.

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