Danny Caro's MGBSFL rumour mill: September 12


Harmen boss Joel Alterman has described the signing of Jerusalem-born Omri Brinner as “the final piece of the jigsaw”. Alterman went on to say: “Jon Morris was instrumental in bringing him back into the fold and it has created a real buzz amongst the players.”

SPEC FC’s Ricky Lawrence revealed the club are “in advanced talks with Oli Presky, although it's very unlikely he'll feature this weekend”.

Hendon’s David Garbacz says he is not putting a time-frame on Dovid Korman’s comeback from long-term injury.

London Rovers chief Viv Emanuel described the departure of Yehoshua Silverman as “a big blow”.

Simon Linden says he is prepared to “break the bank” to bring Jewdinese keeper Josh Frey to the club.

KS Reunited beat two higher division teams to the signature of striker Richard Rosenthal.
Goalkeeper Dan Cohen has been told to let his football do the talking this season by his manager at Oakwood A.

London Rovers manager Jeremy Brown has described the broken toe injury suffered by Adam Kay as “a massive blow”.

AC Whetstone boss Clive Nathan and Anthony Jacobs have issued a “hands-off” warning after scouts from several Premier Division clubs requested tickets to their next home match to look at Jonah Gordon-Boyd.

Norstar London Raiders boss Rob Richman has stated that goalkeeper Jake Doffman is not for sale “for any price”.

Rob Richman has also challenged captain David Rhodes to “hit double figures” this season. Dinner at Sami’s is the reported incentive.

A JC panel of judges voted that Mitch Young was the most successful MGBSFL chairman in the summer window after sealing the registrations of Aron Barnes, Adam Stolerman and Ben Graham. But Premier Division defences need not worry as David Gordon confirmed that they will be playing for the club’s C-team this season.

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