MSFL Team of the Week: the contenders - Feb 24


Here are the Team of the Week nominations from Matchday 24 of the JC MSFL season.

GK - Nick Rubin (Blizzard Storm), Jake Doffman (Lions A), Ben Rosenthal (Woodford)

DEFENDERS - Brad Gayer (Chigwell), Sean Ladier (Blizzard Storm), Ari Nevies (Hendon A), Ryan Springer (Lions B), Nick Landesberg, Tony Gold (both Lions A), Farrell Monk (Faithfold C), Daniel Wright (Redbridge B), Adam Seres, Rafi Addlestone (both Norstar B), Josh Tiano (Temple Fortune A), Mike Khalastchi (Camden Park), Gary Conway, Rob Cohen (both Jewventus), Oli Senchal (FC Team C)

MIDFIELDERS - Greg Lautman (Chigwell), Craig Sandford (Glenthorne A), Joe Stolerman, Zak Presky, Michael Woolfe (all Blizzard Storm), Josh Hershman (Brady A), Yoav Kestenbaum (Hendon A), Aviel Schwarz, Danny Daggers (both Lions A), David Sherman, Jeremy Teacher, Dan Lowen (all Faithfold C), Ashley Burns, Elliott Wallis (both SPEC FC), Sam Grant (Norstar B), Josh Gilbery (Temple Fortune A), David Kanzen (Camden Park), James Levy, Ashley Freeman (both AC Mill Hill), Gabriel John, Dan Ezra (both Jewventus), Adam Aminoff (FC Team C)

STRIKERS - Daniel Lassman (Glenthorne A), James Gold (Lions B), Max Kyte (Lions A), Steve Summers (Redbridge A), Dan Amram (SPEC FC), Daniel Orgel (Temple Fortune A), Richard Silver (Camden Park), James Alexander (Jewventus)

MANAGER - Laurence Conway (SPEC FC), David Lubczanski (Norstar B), Andy Landesberg (Lions A), Josh Marks (Camden Park), Joe Levy (AC Mill Hill)

REFEREE - Neil Cooper (Temple Fortune A vs Hendon B), Martin De La Fuente (Boca Jewniors vs Jewventus)

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Jake Doffman (GK) - for his incredible save of the week, with a one handed stop that was goal bound from Stolerman, it was as good as you can imagine
Nick Landesberg (CB) - for his colossal performance, keeping the Redbridge forwards at bay, and his dominant performance winning every single ball in the air
Tony Gold (LB) - for his very experienced performance at Left back, marshalling the troops throughout
Aviel Schwarz and Danny Daggers (CM) - for showing their quality and experience when necessary, and a work rate and attitude that was crucial to get the result
Max Kyte (S) - another huge shift when he had the ball, and an even bigger one when he didn't


Joe Stolerman (RM) - outstanding against FC Team B
Sean Ladier (CB) - starred at the heart of the back 4
Nick Rubin (GK) - pulled off some fine saves


Yoav Kestenbaum (RM) - tremendous positive wing play which caused huge problems all morning
Ari Nevies (LB) - faultless in an unfamiliar left back role against Woodford


Dan Amram (S) - scored SPEC's third to put the icing on the cake of a special lone front-man performance. The Brady defense will be delighted to see the back of him!
Ashley Burns (CM) - cometh the hour, cometh the man. Another goal from the talismanic midfielder to top a maestro performance
Elliott Wallis (LM) - showed a rare mix of passion, desire, battle and technical brilliance in addition to scoring his teams vital opener


Dan Wright (CB) - excelled against Raiders B in his first full game for over a year


Adam Seres (CB) - back to his dominating best at centre back, commanding over both games, threat at set-pieces
Rafi Addlestone (RB) - also completed both games at right back, was up and down the pitch constantly, capped off a wonderful team counter attack by running the length of the pitch to apply the finish
Sam Grant (CM) - superb debut performance in centre mid, winning every ball and distributing excellently


Josh Gilbery (CM) - three assists from centre midfield in the win over Hendon B
Josh Tiano (LB) - played very well, set up one of the goals by going on an inelegant run and skipped past four players
Dan Orgel (S) - bagged a brace


Mike Khalastchi (CB) - managed to keep the divisions top-scorer at bay quite easily, and going forward he played some nice football which resulted in many chances and 5 goals
David Kanzen (winger) - was very, very good

Ryan Springer (D) - best game he's had all season. Was up and down the line like a mad man and was very unlucky not to have scored on numerous occasions. Had one shot saved off the line and another blocked that was goal bound. Defensively sound too
James Gold (S) - scored 1, won a penalty, got an assist. An all-round great performance

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