Danny Caro's Team of the Week: February 15


Here are my star men from Matchday 24 of the MGBSFL.

1. GIDEON CALLER (Hendon Utd SC B) - "playing in goal for the first time and made a couple of cracking stops as well as saving the penalty"

2. EITAN BEN-ZION (FC Team A) - kept the Lions at bay in a vital victory

3. DANNY MOSS (FC Team B) - the twinkle-toed starlet fired a hat-trick in the mauling of Catford. Will light up Division One next season

4. CHAIM KORMAN (Hendon A) - "yet another superb protege out of the Korman dynasty - 16 year old debutante turned in a master class"


6. NICK STERN (L’Equipe) - MOTM against Camden Park. "Won every tackle and every header in central midfield. Scored one of the goals of the season and a penalty. All round superb performance"

7. JOSH BHARIER (London Rovers) - "outstanding all round performance topped with two world class goals to win the game" against Faithfold B as Rovers clinched the Division Three title

8. REISS MOGILNER (Brady Maccabi) - the team's star man added another four goals against Bilbaum

9. ADAM ELLIS (Shacharit Donetsk) - registered his sixth hat-trick of the season, against Fortune, whose manager Jonathan Cohen told JC Sport: "Adam scored three terrific goals (two superb strikes), the winner being the pick of the bunch, and was a threat all game with both his pace and ability. We didn’t cut out the supply to him at all and he punished us. The best individual performance we have come up against"

10. LIRON MANNIE (NL Raiders A) - Anekstein semi-final match-winner received praise from both sets of managers. From NLR: "Shouldn't have really played as was only half fit. But played 90 minutes and worked tirelessly all game. Got the winner his work rate and all round display deserved". From Oakwood: "Got very little out of Ailion but the battle was worth the entry fee alone. Deserves immense credit for his goal"

11. JOSH BLOOM (NL Raiders C) - "makes a huge difference when he's available for the Oranges. Showed again his touch is magnificent scored a peach of a goal and set up the first beautifully. Really looked like he was having fun on the pitch"

MANAGER: Rob Richman (NL Raiders A)

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