JC Team of the Week contenders: January 27

Here are the nominations from Matchday 18 of the MGBSFL.



Jacob Shapiro (HMH)

Daniel Pike (SPEC FC)


Alex Taylor (ML Lions)

Dan Behar (ML Lions)

Adam Kempner (Redbridge JC A)

Dan Adleman (Redbridge JC A)

Dan Andrews (Redbridge JC A)

Scott McKenzie (Redbridge JC A)

David Fox (NL Raiders Masters)

Josh Tiano  (Los Camden A)

Ashley Coque (Los Camden A)


Benji Weinberger (ML Lions)

Scott Waissel (NL Raiders Masters)

Johan Jordi (Los Camden A)

Joe Levy (Los Camden A)


Adam Abadi (HMH)

Oscar Wagner (HMH)

Alex Bourne (Scrabble FC B)

Oli Sade (Los Camden A)

Alex Paraskeva (Redbridge JC A)


Max Kyte & Samuel Marchant (ML Lions)


Dave Lazarus (Oakwood B vs Redbridge JC A)

Richard Jaye (HMH vs Fairlop FC)




Adam Kempner (Right-back) - a very solid performance from the adaptable defender.

Dan Adleman (Centre-back) - week by week Adleman is becoming a better defender, very impressive

Dan Andrews (Centre-back) - the captain displayed a strong performance today, involving a lot of strong tackles

Scott McKenzie (Left-back) - have never seen a player be in the wars so much. A real soldier like performance from the RJC A left-back

Alex Paraskeva (Attacking midfield/Centre forward) - first game back from injury and Alex displayed his talents with a well-taken hat-trick. Great performance from a sensational talent



Oli Sade (Striker) - The MGBSFL's 'Messi' was back to his dazzling best this weekend, dropping his shoulder, beating his man and coming up with the all-important hat trick, a complete display by a complete player

Johan Jordi (Centre-mid) - Captain, Leader, Legend, capped off his birthday with a fine display in the heart of midfield, excellent on the ball strong in challenge, when Joh dictates the game like he did Camden will be hard side to get through

Joe Levy (Centre-mid) ​- has made the step up to the A’s effortlessly, Joe was never afraid to get stuck in and was vitally important in both the defensive and attacking aspects of the Camden game this week

Josh Tiano (Left-back) - JT has finally come back down to earth after his 60-yard lob sent Camden through in the cup earlier this month, he put in a very assured performance against top Faithfold wingers who constantly switched flanks as they were finding no joy, a top performance

Ashley Coque (Centre-back) - Man mountain Ashley, the Rolls Royce of the Camden side today, assured in possession, strong in a tackle and excellent in the air, Ash showed again today how valuable he is to Camden



Alex Bourne (Striker) - Constant running and pressing for 90 rewarded with a goal



Oscar Wagner (Striker) - took most of his chances, scoring four times, and ran rings around Fairlop's centre-backs

Adam Abadi (Striker) - linked up superbly with strike partner Wagner and registered a hat-trick, including a brilliant bullet header

Jacob Shapiro (GK) -  a towering performance from the departing goalkeeper. It may not seem that way given the scoreline but when he is in charge and on his game, our defence don’t give away much in large part due to the confidence he instills and that’s why we have meanest defence in Prem. he plays in shorts in the middle of winter! He showed his incoming replacement on Sunday what we expect



Daniel Pike (GK) - stepped in in goal, as he has done so reliably over the years. Made a fantastic save at 1-1 just before half-time. Had it have gone in, the game could’ve been very different

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