JC Team of the Week: the contenders - Sept 23


Here are the contenders from Matchday 3 of the MGBSFL.

Adam Zaidman (Scrabble FC)
David Dinkin (NL Raiders A)

Gab Stone, Gideon Wetrin (both Temple Fortune)
Harvey Kaye (Oakwood A)
Dan Stock, Adam Newman, Adam Waters (all Scrabble FC)
Grant Bates (L'Equipe)
Alex Lewis (Los Blancos)
Dan Adleman, Jimmy Castle (both Redbridge C)

Josh Rose (Oakwood A)
Yehuda Korman (Hendon Utd A)
Adam Joselyn, Nick Lewis (both NL Raiders A)
Alex Sher, Liam Stein (both NL Raiders C)
Dudi Edreyi, Leor Harel (RCUK FC)
Yarden Sharon (Catford & Bromley)
Alex Goodman, Marc Woolfe (both NL Raiders B)

Liron Mannie (NL Raiders A)
Zack Rich (Temple Fortune)
David Woolman (Oakwood A)
Josh Harris (Hendon Utd A)
Will Ufland (NL Raiders A)
Max Martin (L'Equipe)
James Gershfield (Maccabi London Lions A)

Dan Shafron (NL Raiders A)
Jonathan Adelman & Zack Gothelf (NL Raiders B)

Martin Fox (Athletic Bilbaum vs Los Blancos)
David Lazarus (Redbridge C v Faithfold B)



Josh Harris (S) - excellent all-round forward display - tireless running good hold up and the all important first goal
Yehuda Korman (M) - a taste of things to come - youthful skillful exuberance to the full


Liron Mannie (FW) - scored three and assisted two. He gave FC Team a torrid time all game. They'll be dizzy thinking about him for the next week. Standout man of the match performance
Adam Joselyn (CM) - protected the defence, broke up play brilliantly and was the instigator of possession being turned in Raiders favour. All round great display in the middle of the park
Nick Lewis (CM) - similar to Jos, Nick ran the game from the middle of midfield in a more advanced position. Used his range of passing and clever vision to open up the FC Team defence on several occasions
David Dinkin (GK) - Not where anyone would expect to see Dinks this week, but took one for the team when needed. With the early dismissal of Jake, Dinks, who wasn't going to play due to injury, stepped in and did a great job when called in to action


Gab Stone (CB) - excellent, playing out of position but dealt with everything and looked comfortable throughout
Zack Rich (S) - getting better by the week and always seems to be in the right place at the right time
Gideon Wetrin (LB) - showing that he has still got it with a excellent performance


Dudi Edreyi (CM) - excellent both defensively and going forward, never gave up and was key to our comeback
Leor Harel (CDM) - battled extremely hard to match Fortune's physical play with aggression of our own


David Woolman (S) - for his brace, two tidy finishes from Wooly
Harvey Kaye (RB) - first game back in over 6 months. Outstanding display motoring up and down the right wing from full-back. Caused problems all game
Josh Rose (M) - very strong performance from midfield. Worked his socks off


Yarden Sharon (CM) - bossed the game today and was untouchable in centre of the park


Adam Zaidman (GK) - making his last appearance before his transfer to Camden Park on Monday made some important saves in the second half to keep us in the game
Dan Stock (D) - didn't put a foot wrong today was strong in the tackle and brought the ball out so well
Adam Newman (D) - rock solid at the heart of the Scrabble defence and made some match winning tackles to keep the Finchley strikers out
Adam Waters (D) - always a threat strong in the tackle and made some powerful runs at wing back to set up the Scrabble attack


Will Ufland (S) - scored the seventh aan absolute zinger from distance in to the top corner, and he set the tone for our improved second half work-rate
Alex Goodman (CM) - Zack tells me that Alex has always dreamed of being the Aaron Ramsey of Raiders - box to box with goals. I prefer to think of him as our Dele Alli :) two really well taken goals today
Marc Woolfe (CM) - one of our northern trio, Marc is such a smart player, makes the game look very easy with his smart passing


Max Martin (S) - a great hat-trick on only his second start. Fitted in like a dream into his new team and this has already been rewarded by a great treble. Devastating partnership with Andy Smith which can only mean great things for the rest of the season
Grant Bates (CB) - finally accepted as a centre half and was outstanding for 90 minutes. Brilliant in the air, fantastic on the ground, winning every tackle. With his dad in attendance he did himself and the family name proud. A true warrior


Alex Lewis (LB) - faultless


James Gershfield (S) - incredible five-goal salvo in the County Cup - in the eyes of MLL joint-manager Joe Marsh "and many others he’s the best striker in Jewish football his goal-scoring recorded for the Saturday Lions, Harmen and now Lions A has been phenomenal he adds so much to the team, he had five shots on Sunday and they all went in, that shows you how good of a finisher he is"

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