Danny Caro's Team of the Week: November 11


LEE FEGAN (Temple Fortune A) - the team’s 4th choice stopper “played like he's always been a keeper”. Made one brilliant save in open play and capped a memorable performance with two crucial penalty saves to take his team through in the Morrison

ADAM GRAHAM (Norstar A) - “playing out of position but made several important challenges and looked comfortable throughout”

SAMMY ROSS (NW Neasden A) - rock solid against Raiders A. Good distribution, helped link defence to midfield and hardly put a foot wrong

SIMON MURRAY (SPEC FC) - played a blinder in a MOTM performance against Athletic Bilbaum. Strong in the tackle and excellent distribution

BEN HILDEBRAND (Brady Maccabi B) - “solid defensively and provided a threat with his constant marauding runs”

OLI HITMAN (Catford & Bromley) - “making his first appearance after retiring, Oli was inspirational, winning tackle after tackle and dominating the centre of midfield

GEORGE FIERSTONE (Brixton Old Boys A) set up both of Mike Posner’s goal, one with a 40-yard ball the other with beautifully weighted free kick. He also scored a 25-yard screamer

GREG CORIN (Hendon Utd SC A) - described by his manager as “brilliant” and “sensational” with two goals capping a wonderful display in a game they looked dead and buried in. Has been one of the best and most consistent performers in Jewish football over the past few seasons, and with an injury free run, will be pushing for individual and team honours come the end of the season

STEFAN BENFREDJ (Shirley Park) - “man-of-the-match against promotion rivals Neasden C. Scored in every game far this season and has lifted the team and bossed the midfield

DAN ORGEL (Redbridge JC B) - “three great finishes, led the line superbly and but for great goalkeeping, could have scored many more”

BEN HART (North London Raiders C) – “first hat-trick of the season, eight goals in his last four games. Quality!”

Stephen Levy (UJIA vs Glenthorne Utd B)

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