JC Team of the Week: the contenders - September 18


Here are the nominations from Matchday 2 of the MGBSFL.

Sam Singer (Mill Hill Dons)
Yehuda Fink (Hendon B)

Gideon Caller (RCUK FC)
Charles Braunstein, Anthony Goodmaker, Elad Hertschten (all Raiders B)
Avi Korman (Hendon A)
Ariel Tamman (Mill Hill Dons)
Brett Stead (Temple Fortune)
Richie Caplin, Daniel Andrews (both Redbridge B)
Amir Nathan (Redbridge JC C)
Svi Freedman (Los Blancos)
Jonny Gahan (Faithfold B)
Danny Hakimi, Zac Neiman (both Redbridge JC A)
Henry Ziff (Brady Maccabi)

Rocky Spitzer (Hendon A)
Toby Katz, Danny Bloom, Si Buchler (all Raiders B)
Ryan Kramer (Mill Hill Dons)
Daniel Bean, Carl Dobrin, Adam Noble (all Redbridge B)
Thomas Prais, James Frener (both Oakwood A)
Marc Rister, Daniel Harrod (both Brady Maccabi)

Reiss Mogilner (Brady Maccabi)
Avi Markiewicz (RCUK FC)
Shai Davidi (Faithfold B)

David Garbacz (Hendon A)
Jon Jacobs (Redbridge A)
Jonathan Adelman & Zack Gothelf (NL Raiders C)

Dan Fox (RJC B vs Oakwood B)
Dave Lazarus (NLR A vs Hendon A)



Danny Hakimi (CB) - rolling back the years with a superb performance of class and experience
Zac Neiman (CB) - didn’t put a foot wrong at centre back, he looks to the manor born in this position and just makes the game seem so easy
Dean Nyman (S) - an unbelievable performance, it was a master class of how to play the game and in that lone striker position, his hold up play was incredible. Deserved his goal as the icing on the cake but at times, he was unplayable and occupied the back four on his own


Avi Markiewicz (S) - scored four goals, a menace every time he went forward and superb link-up play with the team
Gideon Caller (LB) - solid as ever in the back, winning every header and running up the line and crossing the ball in reminiscent of Cafu, and was dangerous up the field as he was solid when back
Aron Luftig (RB) - captain for the day was unbelievable, working the line tirelessly for 90 minutes and nearly finished off a 30-pass move started from our keeper, Robbie Krupski
David Brown (CB) - belied everyone of his 36 years with an astonishing display, he won every duel in the air and on the floor he was faced with today
Akiva Zneimer (M) - his last game for a while and he was yet again our danger man, he constantly beat his man and others putting in dangerous cross after dangerous cross and will be a big loss for us


Rocky Spitzer (M) - brilliant energetic all round performance capped with a truly superb goal
Avi Korman (CB) - had to stand in at centre back and produced a top quality faultless performance


Ariel Tamman (RB) - Scored the opener in the game and made some critical challenges and headers during the game. A last-ditch challenge in the penalty area kept the scores level during a critical period of the game
Ryan Kramer (CM) - Looked incredibly comfortable on the ball, full of confidence. A threat going forward whilst remaining strong at the back
Sam Singer (GK) - made several close-range saves to keep FC Team B out, he also was extremely quick off his line, getting to the majority of balls in the box before any attackers. He was solid from corners, often coming out and claiming the ball. He was in full command of his area and played the role of a sweeper keeper to perfection, as he looked very comfortable with the ball at his feet


Brett Stead - centre back - superb debut, solid throughout


Yehudah Fink (GK) - kept the scoreline respectable in the second half, pulling out some incredible saves when they easily could've gone on to score 5 or 6


Daniel Bean (CM) - the Jewish N'galo Kante. The amount of ground this boy covers is just outstanding. A real talent
Carl Dobrin (CM) - a fantastic midfield performance of power and strength. Deserves his goal
Dan Andrews (CB) - did not put a foot wrong the whole game. One of the best CB in the league
Richie Caplin (CB) - a player capable of playing in so many positions, and showed that by having a brilliant game at CB
Adam Noble (CM) - a great performance today by the holding midfield, who won every 50/50


Thomas Prais (CM) - I thought he was the best player on the pitch by some distance. Bossed the midfield
James Frener (CM) - did a brilliant job. Never allowed the Redbridge ball players any time on the ball. Really good A team debut


Svi Freedman (CB) - was immense and grabbed a goal against Hendon


Reiss Mogilner (CF) - last season's MGBSFL Golden Boot winner was bang on it. A constant threat to SPEC with his pace and movement and took all 4 of his goal very nicely
Marc Rister (CM) - an absolute machine in midfield. Superb protection of the Brady back four which gave our attacking players the license to get forward
Henry Ziff (CB) - back at the heart of the Brady defence. An absolute rock and excellent distribution throughout
Daniel Harrod (M) - the skipper was superb from the left. Some outstanding passing throughout

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