JC team of the week - October 16 contenders


Here are the nominations from Matchday 6 of the MGBSFL.

Marc Woolfe (NL Raiders B)
Jonny Blain (Oakwood A)

Tomer Wieder (Faithfold B)
James Korn (FC Team A)
Joe Cohen (NL Raiders A)
Eyal Samovich (NL Raiders C)
Max Clynes (Oakwood A)
Ilan Scorah (Oakwood A)

Liron Mannie (NL Raiders A)
David Dinkin (NL Raiders A)
Ben Sollosi (Redbridge JC A)
Russell Goldstein (Redbridge JC A)
Avi Korman (Hendon A)
Dan Abrams (Faithfold B)
Gid Barth (Hendon B)
Saul Cohen (Hendon B)
Jason Wood (FC Team A)
Sam Rank (Redbridge JC B)
James Mandell (L'Equipe)
Alex Koslover (Oakwood A)

Dean Nyman (Redbridge JC A)
Aaron Goldberg (Redbridge JC C)
Yoav Kestenbaum (Hendon A)
Nicky Woolf (NL Raiders B)
Chaim Bordon (Faithfold B)
Adam Ellis (Hendon B)
Richard Salmon (FC Team A)
Matt Stock (NL Raiders A)
Rob Samuelson (NL Raiders C)
Sam Cantor (Oakwood A)

David Garson (Faithfold B)
Dan Kristall & Ric Blank (Oakwood A)
Sam Marchant (ML Lions B)

Robert Benardout (NL Raiders B vs Faithfold A)
Darryl Colmans (Faithfold B vs Catford & Bromley
Richard Jaye (FC Team A vs Woodford Wanderers)



Michael Kenley (S) - scored two and made one. Was totally unplayable.
Adam Lipman (CM) - absolutely awesome performance is the only way to describe it. Wins everything in the middle of the park and single-handedly dominates the midfield. The ultimate holding midfielder


Ben Sollosi (HM) - dynamic and outstanding tackling performance in a holding midfield role that is alien to him but was to the manor born
Russell Goldstein (M) - his energy before the game is amazing so to watch him go up and down the flank causing havoc along the way is a joy. His overlap and cross for the opening goal was worth the nomination alone
Dean Nyman (S) - a bully, a pest but more to the point, unplayable. He gave their backline a real going over and fully deserved two goals and an assist (man-of-the-match against Lions)


Sam Rank (CM) - changed the game and got the RJC B boys playing, and assisted the first goal for Richie Caplin


Nicky Woolf (S) - on fire at the moment - perhaps knowing that David Dinkin is now just nine goals away from notching a century of Raiders goals has spurred on Nicky to extend his lead at the top of the all time scoring charts!
Marc Woolfe (CM/GK) - had a really good 30 mins in centre midfield before an injury to David Simnock meant Marc donned the keepers gloves for the remainder of the game, pulling off a couple of really good saves


Yoav Kestenbaum (S) - when he's on song he's one of the best in the league and today he was magnificent
Avi Korman (M) - ran the game from beginning to end with a totally dominant midfield display


Chaim Bordon (S) - on his debut for the Hoops assumed the lone striker role to perfection spearheading every attack for the Greens. Relentless running and chasing down for 90 minutes. His non-stop work ethic earned him a goal and set the tone for the rest of the team. With Richard Fogelman out, Bordon had big boots to fill but did so in superb manner, grabbing a goal, putting constant pressure on their back 4 and holding up play brilliantly ...
Tomer Wieder (CB) - covered at centre back for the team and didn't step a foot wrong all day
Dan Abrams (M) - kept the midfield ticking, brought the ball out very well and was denied by the crossbar what wouldve been an unbelievable wonderstrike


Adam Ellis (S) - statistically only a goal and an assist but another great game, where he didn't give the defence a break and looked a constant menace
Saul Cohen (CAM) - first game back and looked like he'd never been away heavily involved in all moves going forward and finished with a delightful goal
Gid Barth (RW) - Again looked like he would beat his fallback every time he took him on, put plenty of balls into the box that on another day would've resulted in a few more goals, and managed to grab himself another goal after same great close control in the box


James Korn (CB) - first game of the season and boy have we missed him - commanding as ever
Jason Wood (CM) - second debut for the the team and arguably his best in a team shirt
Richard Salmon (S) - played through illness and scored two well-taken goals


Liron Mannie (LW) - all round super game. Scored four excellent goals, was a constant threat offensively and worked hard for his team off the ball
David Dinkin (ACM) - in a newly accustomed role, his work-rate and touch was sublime, constantly brought others in to play and well deserved his goal to cap off a great performance
Matt Stock (CF) - he came, saw and conquered with three assists in the first 45 minutes before disappearing at half-time for a family birthday!
Joe Cohen (LB) - great energy up and down the left-hand side. Defensively excellent and great at support the forward players as well as he does


James Mandell - scored a brilliant hatrick and was a real menace all game. Dominated the Mill Hill defence with his pace, skill and phenomenal left foot


Sam Cantor (S) - unplayable against Brady. There is nobody in the division who can get close to matching him for ability. He was by far the best player on the pitch and deserved his 2 goals. His movement and the way he brings others into play, gives us another dimension
Max Clynes (CB) - came in for Alex Lee and was outstanding

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