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Danny Caro's Quote of the Week: September 21

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David Garbacz pushed Jason Stein very close, according to a couple of JC judges, but in the end the man with the silver tongue did it again!

JASON STEIN (Oakwood B) - QUOTE 2 - "In many ways I'm glad we're off next week as some of the lads will need the full 10 days of repenting from Rosh Hashanah to Yom Kippur for that performance. And as we approach Yom Kippur I expect them to be immersed in a hungry state of remorse"

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BEST OF THE REST

- ADAM GLEKIN (Hendon B) - "I questioned our commitment a fortnight ago, but today it was second to none. The lads all worked their socks off and can go home and munch on some well earned carb-filled bagels"

- JASON STEIN (Oakwood B) - QUOTE 1 - "This was a chastening experience on my first visit to the Stadio West Hendon and if Alex Salmond thinks he's had a bad week, I'd implore him to speak to me. This was an abomonation from start to finish and the players were left in doubt just how I felt about their performance."

- ROB RICHMAN (NL Raiders A) - "This wasn't the draw that either Redbridge or ourselves wanted when it was made so we are delighted to have come away with the win"

- DAVID DOMB (NL Raiders C) - "I'm sure we'll face a very different L'Equipe in the league next week and give us another reminder of the good side they are, but we're finding our feet nicely in competitive football once more"

- ZURIEL SOLOMON (Faithfold A) - "Today was all about our belief and desire with a patch work squad of 12, with six boys away or injured the boys were immense. Today we believed we could win and we matched Hendon all game and I thought we got our reward"

- DAVID GARBACZ (Hendon A) - "The bitter taste of defeat has lingered long in the mouth this Sunday afternoon, and for once my wife's left over chicken soup has not tasted good"

- JACOB BRUNNER (Athletic Bilbaum) - "The stability of our defence today was magnificent which enabled beautiful breaking football, allowing us to utilise the frightening pace of our midfield and striker"

- JAKE ERLICH (Jewdinese) - "You miss 100 per cent of the shots you don't take and that couldn't have been more true on Sunday. I'm pretty sure I saw the Team goalkeeper having a cup of tea at one stage!"

- DAVID GORDON (FC Team B) - "We’ve beaten a very good side who we made look pretty ordinary for the first 45, but credit to Mill Hill who never let their heads go down and fought their way back from 4-0 down"

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