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Danny Caro's Quote of the Week: Sept 28

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You've seen the photo on Facebook. Now for the quote to match it. People were rolling around in laughter seeing Dan Shafron wearing his Sunday best during Real Sosobad's crushing 6-2 win over Temple Fortune.

His chairman, JOSH HAMBLING captured the mood bang on - "Today was a great birthday win for the manager who we now refer to as Dan Shafrinho. The boys have really taken to Shafrinho’s philosophy and the respect he gets within the club is rightly deserved. I know it’s early days, but I might have to renew his contract to stop Premiership clubs poaching him!"

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BEST OF THE REST

- JAMES LEWIS (KS Reunited) - "We are delighted to get our first win of the season - all the boys contributed, with our new signings having the desired impact - and with key players still to come back competition for places will be fierce"

- ROB RICHMAN (NL Raiders A) - "Lions showed us quite some respect before kick off by drafting in the likes of Sam Sloma, Nick Landesberg, TJ Keterman and Max Kyte to bolster what was already a decent side"

- JON JACOBS (Redbridge JC B) - "Brad Grant had his pre-match shower on the pitch this week, I have never heard so many animals complain at the sight!"

- ADAM LURIA (Catford & Bromley) - "We missed three or four decent chances and on another day it could have finished about 10-9"

- RICKY LAWRENCE (SPEC FC) - "Camden are a very good side and it's rare you see that amount of ruthlessness at this level. If they continue playing like that I'd be very surprised if they weren't in the top two come the end of the season"

- MITCH YOUNG (FC Team B) - "I had to play players out of position and knew it would be high-scoring but to be fair everyone coped well and we could have scored 15!"

- DAVID GORDON (FC Team C) - QUOTE 1 - "We played more sensibly this week, perhaps giving up a little of our attacking instincts, to be more compact as a team and it resulted in a well-earned clean sheet and three very well taken goals"

- DAVID GORDON (FC Team C) - QUOTE 2 - "The game was played in very good spirits; Whetstone are a really young side who only wanted to play football and who gave us problems right from the first minute to the last. I hope they do well in the league this season because they play and behave in the right way"

- JAKE ERLICH (Jewdinese) - "The positives were that at 4-1 down we almost sparked a comeback which shows the determination within the side"

- JAMIE KYTE (ML Lions Blue) - "At 1-0 down we had a golden opportunity to equalise but unfortunately we fluffed our lines - if that would have gone in it would have been a very different game"

- NICK KAGAN (Camden Park) - "Some sloppy defending aside, a good day for us and hopefully the kickstart to our season that we needed"

- OLI LESLIE (Harmen) - "We showed in the game that we will challenge on all fronts and every team that plays us should fear what's coming"

- BEN GILBEY (FC Team A) - "Despite the linesman's flag being raised for offisde, the referee decided to ignore it, to my disbelief and I think everyone at Fairlop!

- RICHARD BRONZITE (Redbridge JC A) - "We were always in control of the game - their keeper, who is not a keeper (Ben Chernoff) - pulled of some remarkable saves"

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