JC team of the week contenders: October 8

Here are the nominations from Matchday Six of the MGBSFL.



Dean Caplin (Oakwood A)

Guy Ben-Aroya (Catford & Bromley)

Daniel Orgel (Camden Park)


Dale Bradman (Oakwood A)

Zack Neiman (NL Raiders A)

Marc Hecht (FC Team)

Adam Ben-Harosh (Mill Hill Dons)

Zak McLeod (Scrabble FC)

Gav Krieger (Los Blancos)

Jake Doffman (Los Blancos)

Josh Tiano (Camden Park)

Theo Azouz (Camden Park)

Mike Khalatschi (Camden Park)

David Khalatschi (Camden Park)

Josh Bentley (Hendon USC

Jonny Gahan (Faithfold A)

Akiva Fink (Bayern Mincha)

Joel Newman (SH Pirates)

Simeon Cohen (SH Pirates)


Simon Davies (Oakwood A)

David Woolman (Oakwood A)

Adam Rones (FC Team)

Nick Phillips  (Mill Hill Dons)

David Kirzneris (Faithfold B)

Josh Pugh (Scrabble FC)

Craig Cole (Scrabble FC)

Rod Rodney (Scrabble FC)

Mitch Green (Catford & Bromley)

Yohan Jordi (Camden Park)

Alon Pinhas (Bayern Mincha)

Adam Biton (Bayern Mincha)

Ben Mandell (SH Pirates)

Brad Gayer (Fairlop FC)

Daniel Bean (Fairlop FC) 


Zac Summerfield (Scrabble FC)

Craig Edwards (Scrabble FC)

Sam Cantor (Oakwood A)

Chaim Bordon (Faithfold A)

Mitch Young (FC Team)

Zach Cohen (Mill Hill Dons)

Aron Gale (Straw Hat Pirates)

Chaim Bordon (Faithfold A)

Daniel Rosen (Fairlop FC)


Dan Kristall, Adam Levene, David Cohen (Oakwood A)

Daniel Holder (Bayern Mincha)

Brandon Hamme (Mill Hill Dons)

James Gershfield (ML Lions White)

Elliot Cukier (Straw Hat Pirates)




Dean Caplin (GK) - excellent performance, producing some fine saves early in the second half to keep the Oaks ahead

Dale Bradman (CB) - solid display keeping the Hendon strikers at bay

Simon Davies (CM) - excellent midfield display

David Woolman (RW/S) - good performance both on the right wing and up front. Played key role in Oakwood's third goal

Sam Cantor (S) - took his goal well and produced a workmanlike performance, at times on his own



Josh Bentley (CB) - a pleasure to have him back playing for Hendon after a long hiatus



Zack Neiman (CB) - pure class and a rock at the back. Kept Reiss Mogilner quiet all game, made a couple of unbelievable challenges and was also unlucky not to get on the scoresheet



Ricky Rinder ((CM) - superb against Raiders



Marc Hecht (D) - cool calm and collective

Adam Rones (CM) - good all-round midfield display

Mitch Young (S) - two goals, two assists including one goal of week



Zach Cohen (S) - was back to his dominant best with a very impressive hat-trick. He was pretty unstoppable at times, his runs off the ball and on the ball were causing the Raiders defence nightmares for the full 90 minutes

Adam Ben-Harosh (LB) - is everything you look for in a modern day full-back. He managed to intercept many of the NLR passes and looked incredibly comfortable on the ball. Nothing seemed to get past him as he seemed to get the better of pretty much ever 50:50 battle

Nick Phillips (CM) - Another incredible captain's performance Phillips, he completely controlled the midfield battle, at times with some crucial interceptions, whilst also beating players with ease. One surreal moment was when he managed to nutmeg and then turn two of the NLR players. He made a big difference in the middle and made it an easier day for the two defenders behind him



David Kirzneris (CM) - was excellent against Boca once we moved him into midfield



Zak McLeod (RB) - filling in out of position and provided some great balls down the right and defended solidly as well

Josh Pugh (M/CB) - captain played some excellent football to help dominate the midfield dropping back to fill in solidly when centre-back Ben Cantopher was injured

Craig Cole (M) - provided some much-needed steel to the midfield area today and excelled in a holding role for the team on his debut

Rob Rodney (M) - superb vision to pick out a pass and ran himself into the ground for the team

Zac Summerfield (S) - what more can be said? Four superb goals, awesome pace and terrorised the Fortune defence

Craig Edwards (S) - most of the time playing with his back to the goal and holding up the ball powerfully bringing his team-mates into play but weighing in with a goal as well on his debut



Elliot Cukier (Manager) - for guiding the Pirates to their first win and his first win as a manager

Aron Gale (S) - scored one goal, made one goal and was brought down twice in the box leading to penalties



Gav Krieger and Jake Doffman (CB) - rock solid performances against L'Equipe – nothing was getting pass them on Sunday



Guy Ben Aroya (GK) – hasn’t haD much to do this season but a  made string of fine saves - especically one from Brad Gayer who has leashed a 30-yard drive heading to top corner that he tipped wide

Mitch Green (CM) – solid in the middle of the park for 90 minutes and really put himself about



Yohan Jordi (CM) - skipper kept the team going won tackle after tackle header after header block after block simply inspirational.
Players of the Week
Josh Tiano (D) - was against two of there best players and simply he had one of his best games in many a year.
David Khalatschi (D) - simply tremendous throughout
Mike Khalatschi (D) - celebrated the birth of his first child this week has been out for three months and organised and again stood up to be counted
Theo Azouz (D) - making his full debut only found out he was playing at the very last minute, never put a foot wrong throughout
Daniel Orgel (GK) - was only beaten by a magnificent chip fantastic attitude to help the team out



Chaim Bordon (S) - scored an excellent brace and was a real menace all afternoon

Jonny Gahan (CB) - relatively new to the team and marshalled a makeshift defence really well



Alon Pinhas (CAM) - came on at half-time and had a pivotal role in both second half goals with some outstanding through balls. As mentioned in the pre-match comments, we felt this week would be his time to deliver and he certainly did so.

Akiva Fink (CB) - for a solid performance at the back and also taking us 2-1 with a great strike on the edge of the box just before half time

Adam Biton (RW) - great performance when both playing up front and on the right wing. Leaving their full backs for dead whenever he felt like it



Ben Mandell (LW/CM) - captain lead the team to victory and scored two goals with even better celebrations. Cant say much more than that!

Joel Newman (CB) - the leader of the back-line gets more and more comfortable each game, looks more and more like a leader each game, and wakes up more and more of Borehamwood population each game with him calling the line perfectly! A true rock at the back whose left foot can create some killer passes too!

Simeon Cohen (CB) - a new signing who got a brief cameo last week but came into his own this week. Joining Joel at the back, these two formed a formidable partnership that kept Temple Fortune at bay. The man can also take a wicked free-kick!

Aron Gale (ST) - back on the scoresheet today, Gale takes his season tally up a notch with a fantastic display scoring a great goal, winning two penalties, one of which he would have put away were it not for an outstanding save from the TFFC goalkeeper., and overall causing huge problems for a rather solid TFFC defence



Daniel Bean (CDM) - superb from start to finish today, was up against a big lump who was twice his size but he won his personal battle and setup some great attacks

Bradley Gayer (LM) - Showed his class again today, he's a big game player and he showed that today with his fantastic volleyed finish

Daniel Rosen (S) - let the line very well for us, was an isolated figure for much of the game but caused the opposition defence nightmares, almost scored a henry-esque goal as he brought the the long ball from over his shoulder, he was through on goal and smashed the ball off the crossbar

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