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Danny Caro's Division One TOTW: February 6

North London Raiders B, Los Blancos and Redbridge Jewish Care B were the big winners on Matchday 21 of the season.

    1. GIDEON RABSTEIN (Los Blancos) - "sweeping like Lloris, distributing like Ederson, reacting like De Gea were all quotes heard from the terraces, his all-round play calmed Blancos and nullified Scrabbles threats setting the foundations for this victory"

    2. ELLIOT MOSLAWY (Los Blancos) - "after signing a new contract for Arsenal midweek, Ozil turned up at Capital City Academy providing constant supply and opportunities to those around him"

    3. JOSH WAGNER (Faithfold A) - "Johnny’s partner and slightly edged him for MOM. Also won all of his battles but his classy goal is what edges him slightly ahead"

    4. JOHNNY GAHAN (Faithfold A) - "was absolutely dominant. Never gave Redbridge time to settle, won everything and put his body on the line time and time again"

    5. JOSH AZIZ (Los Blancos) - "his wedding has left him sidelined for two months, the wife is clearly a top influence as Aziz rolled back the years spreading the play, four goals were scored and none conceded during the minutes Aziz’s played"

    6. JOSH COHEN (Los Blancos) - "Blancos’s Kante, his all-round energy and competitiveness controlled the game for Blancos"

    7. ROB BLACKMAN (NL Raiders B) - "with good reason Rob feels he probably hasn't had the praise he deserves in recent weeks and he made it impossible for Doron Salomon not to nominate him today. He played wing back, centre back and ultimately was hugely influential at CM. His three assists today take him to six in our last five games

    8. DAVID ESTERKIN (NL Raiders B) - "once again he set the tempo for team. When he presses and chases everything down the rest of the team go with him. In recent weeks he's added goals and assists and is in outstanding form"

    9. DAN GORDON (Redbridge JC B) - tipped to impress at his old stomping ground, the goal-poacher didn't disappoint 

    10. JAKE GILBERT (NL Raiders B) - "his hat-trick was a lesson in finishing but Jake did plenty of work off the ball for the team too. He played from the left in the second half and was a nightmare for the opposition right-back to pick up. He's into double figures for the season now and has seven in his last four games"

    11. AVI KESTENBAUM (Los Blancos) - "Blancos’s answer to Shane Long, tirelessly worked the channels, won every header and chipped in with goal"

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