JC Team of the Week contenders: November 15

Here are the nominations from league and cup from Matchday 11 of the MGBSFL.



Gideon Rabstein (Faithfold DocMM White)

Joni Hirschowitz (Paris Saint-Jewmain)


Brad Lander (North London Raiders)

Paul Doctors (Scrabble)

Thomas Prais (HMH)

Sammy Kingston (HMH)

Adam Gold (Jewdinese)

Scott Greenfield (Borussia Barnet)

Adam Hassanali (MLFC Blue)

Kane Fallon (Club de Chigwell)

Daniel Friedman (Faithfold DocMM White)

Eli Davila (Faithfold DocMM White)

Gideon Moss (FC Team)

Dave Khalatschi (Camden Park)


David Nezri (North London Raiders)

Serge Cowan (Scrabble)

Ethan Krell (HMH)

Scott Oldstein (Jewdinese)

Barney Rhodes (Jewdinese)

Nathan Rosenthal (Borussia Barnet)

Mitchell Gerber (Borussia Barnet)

Jack Mattey (Borussia Barnet)

Mikey Perkins (MLFC Blue)

Joe Salomon (MLFC Blue)

Josh Shack (North London Galaxy)

Ric Harris (Camden Park)

Guy Marks (Camden Park)

Jacob Feinstein (Oakwood)

James Gold (Oakwood)


Richard Salmon (FC Team)

Mitch Young (FC Team)

Aron Gale (North London Raiders)

Oscar Wagner (HMH)

Oren Sheldon (Borussia Barnet)

Saul Green (Club de Chigwell)

Daniel Orgel (Camden Park)

Mike Khalastchi (Camden Park)

Josh Cuby (Oakwood)


Gideon Gale & David Isaacs (North London Raiders)





Aron Gale (striker) - super hat-trick. Lead the line well. Finishes everything in and around the six-yard box

David Nezri (midfield) - first game in two years. Absolutely bossed the midfield. The Jewish Kante

Brad Lander (defence) - absolutely solid at full-back. Wingers had no idea how to beat him



Serge Cowan (midfield) - now in his 45th year, the midfield enforcer continually broke up play

Paul Doctors (defence) - in his first season back after a horrific leg break, the full-back defended and attacked with gusto, including an heroic goal-line clearance



Thomas Prais (defence) - towering display, filling the boots of the absent Max Foster with aplomb 

Sammy Kingston (defence) - another fine display at full-back against tricky wingers 

Ethan Krell (midfield) - box to box, heart of our midfield today full of energy and creativity 

Oscar Wagner (striker) - another brace for third week on the trot, enough said



Daniel Friedman (centre-back) - new to the team and really packs a punch, really stopped the HMH attacks and went really close with an excellent header

Eli Davila (centre-back) - a real leader at the back, made sure that everyone is doing what they are meant to and really restricted the HMH boys



Scott Greenfield (defence) - ran the whole game and a big part of the reason we’ve only conceded 3 goals in 7 games

Nathan Rosenthal (midfield) - at the heart of everything going forward, such an eye for a pass and so skilful

Mitchel Gerber (midfield) - goal and 2 assists, just too good

Jack Mattey (CAM) - scored a brace and set one up, always looked dangerous

Oron Sheldon (striker) - played lone striker in Kenley’s absence and really stepped up, one great finish and a tap in he was a constant threat



Saul Green (striker) - continued his good run of form in the league with another goal today. Could have scored a contender for goal of the season had it not been for a heroic block on the line

Kane Fallon (defender)  - made his Cdc debut today and he didn’t look out of place one bit. Made numerous last-ditch tackles while also perfecting the tackle and forward roll combo!



Josh Shack (midfield) - back to his best. Was unplayable for the second half. Countless runs gliding past players and if he’d have backed his left foot dink we’d have had a goal of the season contender after he beat around four men in the area with vile footwork and found himself one-on-one. One of the best players for sure and we’re delighted to have him



Joni Hirschowitz (goalkeeper) - one of the best goalkeeping performances his manager, Elio Elia, has seen in Jewish football. The stand-out moment was his double-save from a penalty at 0-0 to keep us in the game with 10 minutes to go



Gideon Moss (left-back) – a couple of assists and good use of ball

Richard Salmon (striker) – three goals, three assists

Mitch Young (striker) – three goals, three assists

Ref – Nigel Burns



Dave Khalatschi (right-back) – had been ill all week but decided to play as the club were short in numbers. Got up and down the pitch and was constant menace. Hs determination and desire is something we can all take inspiration from

Mike Khalastchi (striker) – The brother were in fine form today, Mike came back from injury to get the equaliser, his hold up play was strong and Lions struggled to cope with his aerial threat

Dan Orgel (striker) – the matchwinner, Dan took his goal superbly and worked tirelessly throughout, an excellent all-round performance

Ric Harris (CAM) – Slick Rick introduction swung the game in Camden’s favour, his excellent timing, movement and passing allowed us the space to score our vital goals, a fantastically talented player

Guy Marks (right-mid/left-mid) – was the only bright spark in the first half, Marks beat his man time and time again, an excellent player and talented footballer



Jacob Finestein (centre-mid) - was all over the park and put in his best shift of season MOM

Josh Cuby (striker)  - Two more goals for the leading marksman

James Gold (midfield) - very good debut for the left-winger


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