JC team of the week contenders: October 29

Here are the players nominated for stand-out performances from their respective MGBSFL managers after Matchday Nine.



Raffy Zysblat (Real Hendon)


James Frener (Oakwood B)

Benj Loofe (both Oakwood B)

Dan Lassman (Redbridge JC B)

Dan Andrews (Redbridge JC B)

Dan Adelman (Redbridge JC B)

Scott McKenzie (Redbridge JC B)

David Cohen (Brady Maccabi)

Craig Sandford (Redbridge JC A)

Jordan Rinsler (Mill Hill Dons)

Adam Leveson (NL Raiders C)

David Khalatschi (Camden Park)

Josh Tiano (Camden Park)

Gav Krieger (Los Blancos)

Jake Doffman (Los Blancos)


James Abrams (Oakwood B)

Sam Rank (Redbridge JC B)

Joseph Reece (Mill Hill Dons)

Josh Marks (Camden Park)

Jake Saunders (Camden Park)

Johan Jordi (Camden Park)

Luke Brookner (Oakwood A)

Daniel Sinclair (Los Blancos)


Daniel Garfinkle (Redbridge JC A)

Zach Cohen (Mill Hill Dons)

Rafi Bloom (Oakwood B)

Adam Ellis (Bayern Mincha)

Danny Sherman (Camden Park)


Stirling Kay (Camden Park)


Richard Jaye (Brady Maccabi vs ML Lions Blue)




James Abrams (M) - the evergreen James JStar Abrams. Mid-30s and still turning up to help us out. Kept the ball really well and kept us ticking over nicely

Rafi Bloom (F) - six weeks removed from what looked like a season-ending shoulder injury he returned to the side. Bustling and barging his way around like always he did everything except score

James Frener (D) - master-class at the back. Composed in possession and first-class attitude during the match

Benj Loofe (D) - captained the side and is a natural leader. Comfortable on the ball and leads by example. Loves a header



Dan Lassman and Dan Andrews (CB) - easily good enough to grace any backLine in Jewish football



David Cohen (RWB) - played superbly, never missed a tackle and put in some excellent deliveries

Richard Jaye (Ref) - Yes it was tightly contested derby but Richard reffed it superbly



Daniel Garfinkle (S) - unplayable at times with 3 superb finishes that  no keeper would have been able to stop

Craig Sandford (CB) - a masterclass performance from my co-manager, playing in an unaccustomed position but didn’t put a foot wrong



Joseph Reece (LM) - was back to his best this week, he looked superb on the ball, often had the beating of defenders, started many attacks with some clever passes and was unlucky to not have received a penalty late on. A real handful and when at our best like today, he is a very good asset to the club

Jordan Rinsler (RB) - the best game Rinsler has had in a Dons shirt, superb throughout. So comfortable on the ball and played the role of a modern day full-back to perfection. Constantly bombing forward and offering support to the midfielders. He was class both defensively and going forward

Zach Cohen (S) - just loves scoring goals and absolute superb performance which saw him find the net four times. He was absolute nightmare to defend against and his pace, flair and strength were all out on full display today



Adam Ellis (S) - our man of the match today, doing his job well -  after a couple of games without goals, found form again



Adam Leveson (D) - for his all-round effort, commitment and character throughout the game, capped off with his one goal for the season



Aaron Luftig (CB) - been away the past couple of weeks but didn't show it, up against a really physical L'Equipe front line and kept them quiet the entire game

Leor Harel (LB/CM) - along with Dovi Vogel a real utility man and never complains where he is played, worked tirelessly the whole game and put 100 per cent in every position. Got his just reward with a goal after one of his many  lung busting runs from full-back

Ben Shirbini (CM) - was at the heart of everything Green and White, scored a goal and was instrumental to many others



Mike Khalatschi (CB) - fantastic at the back, did not lose a header tackle, blocked everything and found time to come out with the ball.

Jake Saunders (M) - best game of the season, covered every blade off grass drove us on

Josh Tiano (D) - best game of the season.

Johan Jordi (M) - as always, superb performance the leader of the pack

Josh Marks (M) - great goal, made the second, Raiders could not handle him

Danny Sherman (S) - 'the beast.' he scared Raiders throughout, his hold-up play was tremendous



Luke Brookner (CM) - worked tirelessly. First game in a long time



Daniel Sinclair (CM) – second week in a row with a huge performance in the middle, owning everything.

Gav Krieger (D) – set up the important second goal and was solid again at the back

Jake Doffman (CB) – huge grudge match against NLR, his former club, with Doffman stepping up and delivering a dominating performance

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