JC Team of the Week contenders: January 13

Here are the nominations from Matchday 16 of the MGBSFL.



Nathan Mehlman (Fairlop FC)

Daniel Paull (Faithfold Doc MM A)

Steven Murad (Los Camden A)

Brian Rubenstein (NL Raiders Masters)


Ben Levene (Bayern Mincha)

Gav Nussbaum (Bayern Mincha)

Simon Zeffertt (Bayern Mincha)

Tal Cohen (NL Raiders)

Josh Nagli (NL Raiders)

Gavin Fox (NL Raiders)

Arron Rosen (Fairlop FC)

James Ross (Jewdinese)

Adam Lisberg (Mill Hill Dons)

Daniel Lande (Mill Hill Dons)

Elliot Moslawy (Los Camden A)

Gav Krieger (Los Camden A)

Guy Fenton (Los Camden A)

Ashley Coque (Los Camden A)

Tony Plaskow (NL Raiders Masters)

Dan Adleman (Redbridge JC A)

Tom Cantor (Oakwood A)


Ryan Cole (Fairlop FC)

Nick Phillips (Mill Hill Dons)

Adam Isaacs (Mill Hill Dons)

Sacha Nusenbaum (Los Camden A)

Johaan Jordi (Los Camden A)

John Levy (Oakwood A)

Brad Wine (Oakwood A)


Adam Ellis (Bayern Mincha)

Zalmy Cohen (Faithfold C)

Lloyd Becker (Scrabble FC B)

Dean Nyman (Redbridge JC A)

Josh Bharier (Oakwood A)


Ben Kfir (Faithfold C)

Daniel Holder & Alon Pinhas (Bayern Mincha)


Phil Peters (ML Lions vs Faithfold A)

Robert Benardout (Los Camden A vs HMH)




Ben Levene (CB) - absolutely phenomenal from a CM converted to a CB in a back three. He won all his duels against a powerful striker and reads the game like a book

Gav Nussbaum (LCB) - after a difficult time last week, he was back to his best intercepting various through balls

Simon Zeffertt (RCB) - the returning monster was a colossus in the air, winning absolutely everything

Adam Ellis (ST) - a constant threat to their back-line, delivering a goal and an assist



James Ross (CB) - simply superb against Raiders



Arron Rosen (LB) - has really come into his own in recent games. Another solid performance, winning everything that came his way

Ryan Cole (RW) - constant threat down both flanks. Should have scored earlier than he did, but came up with an absolutely worldie in the 94th minute to earn a precious point

Nathan Mehlman (GK) - stand-in 18-year-old goalkeeper produced another outstanding display, with a host of great saves including one incredible stop to deny a dipping volley from 30-yards, tipping onto the crossbar



Dan Adleman (CB) - another impressive performance from the RJC A defender. Had a very good battle with Fairlop forwards and dealt with them impressively

Dean Nyman (CF) - took his two goals impressively and was a real menace all game for the Fairlop defence



Daniel Paull (GK) - New arrival, Maccabi Gibraltar star Paull, was phenomenal against Lions. Made three one-on-one saves against Reiss Mogilner to keep it a contest



Adam Lisberg (D) - a commanding and impressive defensive performance which should have led to a clean sheet. He made several crucial interceptions in the game and won many 50:50 battles

Daniel Lande (LB) - nothing got past him all day. He didn’t give the wingers a sniff despite finding himself doubled up on several occasions. He was off the pitch when Raiders scored the goal

Nick Phillips (CDM) - a real captain’s performance. He led by example, his work ethic was second to none. He got the opener on the day and lead and won the midfield battle

Adam Isaacs (CM) - a goal and an assist on the day. His goal was a superb strike from long range and his assist was a beautiful defence splitting pass. He filled in superbly at centre mid and really showed his versatility. His best performance of the season



Steven Murad (GK) – Steve was excellent today, brilliant handling and distribution saw him command a very strong Camden back-line

Guy Fenton (RB) – Fens was the standout player today, he nullified HMH’s game-plan of getting the ball out wide and really stalled the HMH left-winger throughout. An excellent all round performance from a player the club is lucky to have

Ashley Coque (CB) – had his best game in a Camden shirt today, Ash has had to work his way up from the B’s this season and has proven his class by being Camden’s most reliable defender on the day. Excellent reading of the game and commanding of all balls in the air and over the top, Ash was a level above today

Gav Krieger (ST/CB) – having moved back to his regular defensive position, Krieger returned from injury and read the game superbly. Was a vital cog in ensuring the  Camden clean sheet

Elliot Moslawy (LB) – can play anywhere, today he was excellent at left-back, reading the game and passing between lines, a very clever player who was able to release pressure at the correct times for Camden

Johaan Jordi (CM) – Captain fantastic was back to his best form today, skipping pass players and negating attacks, Joh is the MGBSFL’s Patrick Viera but please keep it quiet as he will like that compliment far too much!

Sacha Nusenbaum (CM) – a colossus today, nothing went passed him, excellent run to win the penalty and his constant hard tackling meant HMH could not play their attacking brand of football, Sacha was world class today



Josh Bharier - hat-trick hero against Brady

John Levy (CM) - superb again

Brad Wine (CM) - superb, helping out in midfield

Tom Cantor (CB) - superb, nothing got past him

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