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JC team of the week contenders: January 15

Here are the contenders from a goal-packed weekend in the MGBSFL.

    GK

    Ben Law (NL Raiders B)

    Dan Lee (Redbridge JC C)

    DEFENDERS

    Jamie Jackson (ML Lions White)

    Gali Kolt (Real Hendon)

    Pierce Prince (Fairlop FC)

    Anthony Goodmaker (NL Raiders B)

    Brandon Sassoon (NL Raiders B)

    Matt Leader (NL Raiders B)

    Ryan Kangisser (FC Team)

    Gavriel Nussbaum (Bayern Mincha)

    Mordy Weiler (Hendon Utd)

    Dudi Edreyi (Hendon Utd)

    Jason Patmore (Redbridge JC C)

    Dale Bradman (Oakwood A)

    Simon Davies (Oakwood A)

    MIDFIELDERS

    Ben Shirbini (Faithfold A)

    Leor Harel (Faithfold A)

    David Leiwy (Faithfold A)

    Louis Naghten (Faithfold A)

    Max Misrahi (ML Lions White)

    Richard Reback (Mill Hill Dons)

    Adam Morrow (Mill Hill Dons)

    Ryan Kramer (Mill Hill Dons)

    Elliot Espinoza (NL Raiders B)

    Daniel Holder (Bayern Mincha)

    Alon Pinhas (Bayern Mincha)

    Harrison Midda (Redbridge JC C)

    Kyle Bentwood (Oakwood A)

    Ben Peppi (Oakwood A)

    Josh Cuby (Oakwood A)

    Brad Wine (Oakwood A)

    STRIKERS

    David Dinkin (NL Raiders B)

    Daniel Rosen (Fairlop FC)

    Mitch Young (FC Team)

    Ollie Craig (ML Lions White)

    Harry Moss (Mill Hill Dons)

    Moses Seitler (Hendon Utd)

    Leor Sidle (Oakwood A)

    MANAGER

    Will Beresford (ML Lions White)

    Alex Aviram, Ben Rosenthal (Redbridge JC C)

    Martin Smulovitch (Real Hendon)

    REFEREE

    Phil Peters (Catford & Bromley vs Real Hendon)

    Neil Cooper (NL Raiders B vs Scrabble)

    Mark Jacob (Faithfold A vs Los Blancos)

    David Lazarus (RJC B v Oakwood B)

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    NOMINATIONS

    MACCABI LONDON LIONS WHITE

    Jamie Jackson - colossal performance in defence. Won every header and tackle he went for. Superb today

    Max Misrahi (M) - full of energy and controlled the midfield

    Ollie Craig (S) - two fine finishes

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    REAL HENDON

    Gali Kolt (LB) - a defensive rock and a forward threat, Gali controlled the game

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    MILL HILL DONS

    Richard Reback (CM) - the game seems to change as soon as he stepped on the pitch. He was responsible for breaking down several Fortune attacks and also looked extremely calm on the ball. His header from close-range made the game more comfortable. His best performance in a Dons shirt, an absolute rock in the middle of the park

    Adam Morrow (CM) - a very energetic and hard-working performance resulted in a well-taken goal. He also won our penalty. He seemed to glide past players with ease at times and was a nuisance throughout

    Harry Moss (S) - the absence of top-goal scorer Zach Cohen was a key talking point before the game, Harry made sure he wasn't missed as he perfectly slipped into his boots, getting himself on the scoresheet and winning the vast majority of aerial battles. He fought hard until the very end and put pressure on the Fortune defence throughout with some very effective pressing

    Ryan Kramer (LM) - played a big part in the two opening goals and was unlucky not to get himself on the scoresheet later on. He caused issues for the Fortune left-back throughout the first half and then came in with a commanding performance at centre mid later in the second half. Solid performance

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    FAIRLOP FC

    Pierce Prince (RB) - was magical again, up and down the right like a yoyo

    Daniel Rosen (S) - after a tough few weeks of not scoring, he bought he’s shooting boots today, three great solo efforts

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    NORTH LONDON RAIDERS B

    Ben Law (GK) - had just one save to make but in typical Law fashion it was a high-quality save he had no right to make. Maintained his concentration all game, provided excellent distribution and claimed a second clean sheet in a row

    Anthony Goodmaker (CB) - the captain was a rock at the back and got the crucial third goal early in the second half to kill the game off

    Brandon Sassoon (CB) - the former Scrabble man showed them what they're missing with a dominant display. Didn't lose a header all game and his use of the ball was excellent

    Matt Leader (LWB) - despite the fact he only played an hour due to illness he was a constant threat down the left-hand side with numerous passes cutting open the Scrabble defence

    Elliot Espinoza (CM) - dominant in the midfield, breaking up attacks and pulling the strings for Raiders. Claimed a couple of assists in all-action display

    David Dinkin (CF) - claimed a hat-trick but was influential in so much of the game. His link-up play his clever and he set up numerous attacks throughout the game

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    FC TEAM

    Ryan Kangisser (D) - cool calm and collective on his FC Team debut

    Mitch Young (S) - another three goals including a screamer - worked hard for the Team

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    BAYERN MINCHA

    Gavriel Nussbaum (CB) - didn’t put a foot wrong all game, defended superbly and capped it off with an absolute belter

    Daniel Holder (CDM) - bossed the midfield throughout the game and capped his performance with his first goal for the club

    Alon Pinhas (LW) - a goal and two assists and it was a standout performance from the player-manger who now has three goals this season

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    FAITHFOLD A

    Ben Shirbini (RW) - another hat-trick from the wing. Ben 'Frank Lampard' Shirbini, always in the right place at the right time, a glorious first touch and knows how to find the bottom corner too

    David Leiwy (LW) - yet again was just delightful to watch. Faithfold’s own Lionel Messi beat his man and others over and over again, Blancos simply just couldn’t handle his trickery. Capped his performance off with a wonderful goal

    Louis Naghten (CM) -  at times was just too skilful in the middle, Blancos couldn’t get the ball off him for 90 minutes and kept Faithfold ticking all game

    Leor Harel (CM) - His best game of the season. Broke up play continuously and won every 50-50 and even his 20-80s. His distribution was perfect all game and scored a lovely little chipped goal to top off his MOTM performance

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    OAKWOOD A

    Dale Bradman (CB) - solid for the returning centre-back

    Simon Davies (RB) - filled in and performed really well. You would never have known this wasn't his natural positon

    Kyle Bentwood (CM) - led as skipper. Some great challenges. Much fitter and best performance of the season for the captain

    Ben Peppi (CM) - played some great balls to the wide men. Excellent performance on home debut

    Josh Cuby (W) - hugged the wing. Unplayable at times. Referee andy myerson said to me after (that is why I enjoy refereeing, to watch performances like Josh's on the wing)

    Brad Wine (W/S) - power-house. Took his goal well

    Leor Sidle (S) - deserved his two goals 

    Email nominations to dcaro@thejc.com

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