Danny Caro's Quote of the Week: September 14


ROB Richman was beaming from ear to ear after L'Orange made the perfect start against Neasden - four goals, three points and a clean sheet.

And in a real statement of intent, he told JC Sport: "All four debutants, Mannie, Joseph, Rutovitz and Hershman played well and have integrated nicely into the team - in truth we are just scratching the surface with this side and there is a lot more to come from us."



- MITCH YOUNG (FC Team B) - "We were simply brilliant in the first half, the interchanges between our front four and the football we played was excellent"

- ZURIEL SOLOMON (Faithfold A) - "We were a different team in the second half and a few alterations in positions enabled us to gain the momentum"

- DAVID GARBACZ (Hendon A) - "All credit to Harmen - they played exceptionally well and will be a real handful this season - they can take points off any team in this league and we are delighted to have got this game under our belt. Great match though and a marvellous advert for our league"

- JON ISON (Los Blancos) - "We've always known ourselves to be a much stronger force in the second half of games, but the resolve we showed still came as a big surprise"

- JACOB KADOCH (King Crown) - "David Wolff came to watch the game and said he was very impressed with King Crown and was a pleasure to watch. He has reserved a ticket for a future game of King Crown"

- JASON STEIN (Oakwood B) - "While I wouldn't want to compare myself to the esteemed Walter Mondale, I imagine this is how he felt in 1977 when he became the first Vice President to keep a permanent office in the West Wing. Just as that was a new dawn in greater relationships between the Office of POTUS and VPOTUS, I feel like this is a new beginning between the As and Bs. The theme of this week is Better Together and that's how we feel at Oakwood. One club, one purpose, one union"

- JAMES LEWIS (KS REUNITED) - "While we are disappointed not to have got a fully deserved equaliser, the manner in which we worked our way back into the game is certainly cause for encouragement as the season wares on"

- JOEL ALTERMAN (Harmen) - "For our first game of the season with a new squad and in a tougher league than last year, we are very happy with the performance we put out today"

- STIRLING KAY (NW Neasden) - "We want to play against the best and we did today - they did to us what we did to Woodford last week"

- JULIUS JUDAH (Athletic Bilbaum) - "As our season continues and our fitness improves, we will again continue to inspire the youth of today and the footballers of tomorrow"

- JEREMY BROWN (London Rovers) - "There is still a very long way to go but we have had the start I was hoping for"

- JOSH DAGUL (Brady Maccabi) - "I thought we were very unfortunate not to come away with three points today - conceding off a penalty and two own goals is something of a nightmare day at the office"

- SAM ROSENTHAL (Redbridge A) - "It was a very satisfying win away from home against a side who will be there or thereabouts come May"

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