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Danny Caro's Team of the Week: Sept 28

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Here are the star men from Matchday 4 of the MGBSFL.

1. SAM SINGER (Brady Maccabi) - nominated by both Brady and Blizzard for a great all-round performance, including some outstanding saves, to earn Brady a point. Outstanding!

2. YONNI BORD (Catford & Bromley Maccabi) - got the sentimental vote from the judges! - "his last game before departing for Israel. He was exceptional in the middle of the park - scoring one and laying another on for Joel Isaacs with an exceptional through ball. He was often the last line of defence and then the furthest man forward. Possibly his best game in a Catford shirt (and there've been a fair few good performances from him over the years for the Cats)

3. JORDAN SAPLER (Redbridge JC B) - "in Darren Brown’s absence, he captained the team and led from the back with a superb performance and one tackle on the Bilbaum striker saw the ground shake from the contact but an unbelievably well-timed tackle had been performed"

4. BRANDON SASSOON (Jewdinese) - "fended well but in attack he played like an experienced striker. Scored three goals to make the score line respectable"

5. EMILE BEN-ATAR (FC Team C) - "centre midfielder played at centre back and won everything in the air and was composed on the ball"

6. BRAD GAYER (Redbridge JC A) - "best player on the pitch" against Neasden

7. SCOTT JAY (Real Sosobad) - "SJ ran the game in the middle of midfield against Fortune. His work-rate, passing and decision making was superb with a near 100 per cent pass completion success rate, including two key passes which led to two goals"

8. JAMES RYAN (KS Reunited) - "nothing more to say other than a superb debut capped off with a hat trick and I'm sure the first of many"

9. DAN BANETH (Camden Park) - "three clinical and classy finishes reminiscent of Dennis Bergkamp, plus two assists - Dan was at his very best - instrumental in all our play and fantastic all day"

10. JAKE GOTTLIEB (Harmen) - "Dictated the game vocally and with his strength held the ball up superbly. Scored a great goal to cap off a brilliant performance and is becoming a big part of the new look Harmen team"

11. PHIL BRAHAM (King Crown) - worked his socks off for 90 minutes and scored a deserved hat-trick against Boca

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