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JC team of the week contenders: January 21

Here are the contenders for JC Team of the Week from Matchday 19 of the season.

    GK

    Jordan Kara (Fairlop FC)

    Oliver Burchell (Mill Hill Dons)

    Dan King (Oakwood B)

    DEFENDERS

    Akiva Levin (ML Lions White)

    Max Freedman (Fairlop FC)

    Jake Doffman (Los Blancos)

    Gav Krieger (Los Blancos)

    Guv Nussbaum (Bayern Mincha)

    Eli Davila (Bayern Mincha)

    Sam Reuben (Manchester Maccabi 2nd)

    Harry Margolis  (Manchester Maccabi 2nd)

    Harry Landes (Manchester Maccabi 2nd)

    Adam Rones (FC Team)

    Michael Sacks (Manchester Maccabi 1st)

    Max Clynes (Oakwood B)

    MIDFIELDERS

    Ollie Craig (ML Lions White)

    Daniel Holder (Bayern Mincha)

    Adam Isaacs (Mill Hill Dons)

    Rafi Newman (Manchester Maccabi 2nd)

    Daniel Rubenstein (Manchester Maccabi 2nd)

    Joe Davis (Los Blancos)

    Dan Selwyn (Oakwood B)

    STRIKERS

    Josh Cohen (Hertswood Vale)

    Benny Goldberg (Real Hendon)

    Sam Van Gelder (Manchester Maccabi 1st)

    James Jaconelli (Fairlop FC)

    Avi Kestenbaum (Los Blancos)

    Adam Ellis (Bayern Mincha)

    Zach Cohen (Mill Hill Dons)

    Oli Sade (Los Blancos)

    Simon Lester (Manchester Maccabi 2nd)

    Rafi Bloom (Oakwood B)

    MANAGER

    Aaron Dias (Fairlop FC)

    Danny Hirschberger (Hertswood Vale)

    REFEREE

    Darryl Colmans (Faithfold B vs Hertswood Vale)

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    NOMINATIONS

    NORTH LONDON RAIDERS B

    Brandon Sassoon (CB) - in excellent form at the moment. Seemed to win everything he went in for and used the ball very well going forwards. A really smart performance and played the conditions well

    Anthony Goodmaker (CB) - captained the side from the heart of the defence and dealt with unpredictable second balls. Seems to be building a very strong partnership with Brandon and Elad

    Elad Hertshten (CB) - a very good all-round performance. Matched his opposite number for strength and pace all game. Did well when moved to the left wing too

    David Dinkin (CF) - continued his excellent goalscoring form with a well taken goal but his all-round play was outstanding. Held the ball up well, was involved in most of Raiders' best moves and is thriving up front with Jake Gilbert

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    REAL HENDON

    Benny Goldberg (S) - led the line with tireless enthusiasm, winning every header and bringing the ball down expertly - Heskey esque in his determination to bring others into play

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    HERTSWOOD VALE

    Josh Cohen (ST) - scored one with his left, one with his right and topped it off with a token header - a perfect hat-trick. Vale's answer to Peter Crouch had his best game of the season to double his tally to six goals. Not hit the goal-scoring heights of last season yet, but there is plenty of time to go this season

    - Danny Hirschberger (Manager) - in sole charge of this week's game in the absence of his co-manager, oversaw a required win without much stress

    - Darryl Colmans (Ref) - controlled the game throughout and gave an excellent account of himself with this performance. Our best referee this season

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    MACCABI LONDON LIONS WHITE

    Akiva Levin (RB) - "unreal" against Raiders

    Ollie Craig (S) - hat-trick hero

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    FAIRLOP FC

    Jordan Kara (GK) - Jordan is the epitome of what a Boaty boy is, happy to sacrifice himself for the cause and willing to get stuck in, with our regular goalkeer away he was drafted in and he did not disappoint, he made two genuine "world-class" finger-tip saves that kept us in the game

    Max Freedman (CB) - I think the opposition's manager's comments says all you need to know about Max's performance today, time and time again putting his body on the line for the cause! Funnily enough, he joined the Boats as a striker and was destined to be a 20-minute man, but he's dropped back to centre-back and has made the role his own!

    James Jaconelli (S) - was tough for both JJ and Dan Rosen up top today but JJ delivered when it mattered, hunted down the centre-back, stole the ball off him and coolly took it round the goalie and finished into an empty net

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    LOS BLANCOS

    Jake Doffman (CB) – his aggressive approach to the game would have merited Vinnie Jones the Fifa Fair Play Award, totally dominant and chipped in with a pile-driver top corner finish that I’ve only ever seen Adriano on Fifa 2008 execute

    Gav Krieger (Capt - CB) – skipper for the day and was the conductor to this fine orchestra, in the heavy Borehamwood snowfall his performance was so eloquent he failed to leave footprints in the snow completely controlling the tempo of this clash

    Avi Kestenbaum (CF) – he was so pleased with his performance he left in the 70th minute, his early departure was well deserved as his work rate and finely taken goal set the foundations for this game

    Joe Davis (CM) – the groundsmen were the only people upset at his performance as he covered every blade of grass, some of the fans likened his performance to Harry Winks versus Real Madrid as his neat passing and movement influenced this game

    Oli Sade (CF) – the Jewish Messi was unplayable today, I hope Camden are kind enough to send the footage of his cheeky lob over to the JC headquarters so we can enjoy hearing commentating abilities of Dovid Kurzer describing this stroke of magic

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    BAYERN MINCHA

    Guv Nussbaum (D) - Another solid performance at the back. Won every battle and got another goal!

    Eli Davila (D) - a beast at the back, nothing went past him

    Adam Ellis (S) - Gave the Raiders defenders no chance of stopping him

    Daniel Holder (M) - dictated the midfield. Ran the whole game. Did a double 360 spin on two of their players

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    MILL HILL DONS

    Oliver Burchell (GK) - made several impressive saves as well as a world-class point-black range save with his feet. A very well-deserved clean sheet

    Adam Isaacs (RM) - made his long-awaited return in style scoring twice and proving to be handful throughout 

    Zach Cohen (S) - involved in all four goals, two perfectly weighted balls for both of Adam Isaacs’ goals, he also managed to find the net twice in the second half. 18 goals in nine games in the league this season, scary form

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    FC TEAM

    Adam Rones (RB) - solid performance

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    OAKWOOD B

    Rafi Bloom (S) - worked tirelessly against Raiders

    Dan Selwyn (LW) - put lots of great crosses into the box

    Max Clynes (D) - strong and led the defence superbly

    Dan King (GK) - stepped in as Ben Lewis was injured in the warm-up. Made a crucial save at 3-3

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