JC Team of the Week: the contenders - March 20

Here are the nominations from Matchday 26 of the MGBSFL.



Nick Grosse (Los Blancos)

Lee Fegan (Temple Fortune)

Reuben Rabstein (ML Lions A)


Ben Annis (Oakwood B)

Max Clynes (Oakwood B)

Gilad Kestenbaum (Real Hendon)

Hezzie Raymond (Real Hendon)

Zac Neiman (Redbridge A)

Darryl Rubin (Redbridge A)

Dan Andrews (Redbridge B)

Jordan Sapler (Redbridge B)

Dan Stock (Scrabble FC)

Eshad Rehav (Temple Fortune)

Harvey Kaye (Oakwood A)

Alex Lee (Oakwood A)

Dale Bradman (Oakwood A)

Max Saunders (Camden Park)

Josh Morris (NL Raiders A)

Benjy Israel (Los Blancos)

Max Hassell (ML Lions A)


Ben Feingold (Oakwood B)

Rob Simmons (L'Equipe)

Mark Singer (L'Equipe)

Danny Daggers  (ML Lions Masters)

Sam Sloma  (ML Lions Masters)

Craig Pearl (ML Lions Masters)

Ben Sollosi (Redbridge A)

Josh Bharier (Scrabble FC)

Elliot Espinoza (Scrabble FC)

David Woolman (Oakwood A)

Jamie Leboff (Boca Jewniors)

Elliott Moslawy (Los Blancos)

Oscar Wagner (NL Raiders A)


RA Noe (Real Hendon)

Adam Goldman (Redbridge B)

Rob Blackman (Scrabble FC)

Richard Silver (Camden Park)


Nick Grosse (Los Blancos)

Sam Rank, Johan Simberg, Richard Stern (Redbridge B)​





Ben Feingold (CM) - full debut today after two sub performances. Composed in possession and strong in the tackle. Grew into the game. Will definitely be an Oak of some standing

Ben Annis (RWB) - best game this season. Took his goal so well and constantly got into promising positions

Max Clynes (CB) - assured as always and natural leader



Rob Simmons (M) - man-of-the-match against Boca, two quality goals and never stopped running

Mark Singer (M) - a captain's performance, we don't lose on his watch won every challenge and header and even popped up with a trademark header



Zac Neiman (D) - Outstanding display by the breakthrough player of the season. He may have grey hair but has youth, pace, poise and tremendous technical ability. A great Centre Back in the making and potential Maccabiah star

Daryl Rubin (D) - Rolls Royce of a player who can play anywhere but his partnership at the back with Neiman is a joy to watch, he just gets better and better

Ben Sollosi (CM) - the senior of the three Sollosis on show, he delivered a masterclass in the centre of midfield and set a fabulous example to his younger siblings with a complete performance



Harvey Kaye (RB) - absolutely magnificent against Redbridge. His best-ever season and the best player on the pitch

Alex Lee and Dale Bradman (CB) - as ever were immense

Dave Woolman (LW) - gave everything and got what could be a very big goal come May



Jamie Leboff (M) - for his all-round excellent work, with quick feet and creativity



Gilad Kestenbaum (CB) - commanding throughout. Won every header and tackle and kept their top scorer quiet all game

Hezzie Raymond (LB) - was up and down all game and set up a few goals with his quality deliveries

RA Noe (S) - ran the opposition ragged all morning. Scored 3, assisted 2 and had another 2 ruled out for offside. Was a constant threat



Lee Fegan (GK) - couple of good saves and a sound performance

Eshad Rehav (RB) - didn't put a foot wrong



Max Saunders (CB) - man-of-the-match against Raiders, a very dominant display and led by example centre half

Richard Silver (S) - his hold-up play was immense, caused Raiders problems all game



Nick Grosse (GK) - in his final game as manager for the club, produced a performance David de Gea would be proud. Kept his side in the match with save after save and was fantastic throughout

Elliott Moslawy (M) - everything in the game went through this man. His pace and trickery was impossible for his old club to deal with. This boys lives and breathes blancos and you could tell that in his performance



Oscar Wagner (RM) - a constant threat, worked tirelessly and was rewarded with two goals

Josh Morris (CB) - played in an unfamiliar position for him but had a great game and made it look as though he had played there for years



Elliot Espinoza (M) - constantly the playmaker setting up moves to trouble the Redbridge defence and Scrabble's early goal-scorer

Rob Blackman (S) - put in such a huge effort and finished the game with a bad knee injury but despite playing on in pain would not give up as he caused enormous problems to the Redbridge defence

Josh Bharier (M) - battled for 90 minutes in the heart of the action and put in an immense performance

Dan Stock (D) - coming on for the injured Scrabble captain Brandon Sassoon, Dan was a rock at the heart of the Scrabble defence



Elliott Moslawy (M) - immense effort in the centre of the park, strong tackling, composed passing - the backbone of the team

Benjy Israel (D) - Blancos will struggle to find anyone who is that good in the air. Single handedly reduced Raiders aerial threat to only a couple of chances despite Raiders having recruited a player who looked suspiciously like Rory Delap to be their captain for the day

Nick Grosse (GK) - in his last game in charge of Los Blancos, he pulled off save after acrobatic save, tipping one onto the crossbar, tipping several round the post and making a couple of point blank saves to ensure that Blancos finished a tough season with a well-earned win. After a season where he’s had to witness a few unlucky final minutes defeats, he’s given his all for the team and I think deserves the goalkeeper award for his performance this week alone



Jordan Sapler (CB) - called up from the C team this week. Was immense. Won every in air, won every challenge. Very composed at back, and also a goal line saving clearance. Displayed today he is ready to come back to the standard he belongs to

Dan Andrews (CB) - very strong all game, and made some very important tackles

Adam Goldman (S) - chased every ball down, and worked tremendously so hard

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