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JC team of the week contenders: November 26

Here are the nominations from Matchday 13 of the MGBSFL.

    GK

    Russ Corin (Hendon Utd)

    David Khalatschi (Camden Park)

    Jordan Sharifian (ML Lions White)

    DEFENDERS

    Jack Shulman (Hertswood Vale)

    Dani Dennison (Oakwood B)

    Ben Loofe (Oakwood B)

    Marc Rister (Brady Maccabi)

    Gilad Kestenbaum (Real Hendon)

    Adam Ben Harosh (Mill Hill Dons)

    Josh Cinna (Mill Hill Dons)

    Harry Moss (Mill Hill Dons)

    Joel Berg (ML Lions Masters)

    Adam Myeroff (ML Lions Masters)

    Rob Glass (ML Lions Masters)

    Jacob Kalms (Temple Fortune B)

    Leor Harel (Faithfold A)

    MIDFIELDERS

    Josh Wood (Hertswood Vale)

    Gal Alkalay (Hertswood Vale)

    Ben Chiltern (Hertswood Vale)

    Dan Ash (Oakwood B)

    Adam Isaacs Mill Hill Dons)

    Alex Levack (ML Lions Masters)

    Jonny Ellis (ML Lions Masters)

    Daniel Stanton (ML Lions Masters)

    Ben Shirbini (Faithfold A)

    Amit Dinowitz (Faithfold A)

    Brad Gayer (Fairlop FC)

    Jordan Silverstone (Camden Park)

    Jake Saunders (Camden Park)

    STRIKERS

    Ariel Weinstein (Hertswood Vale)

    Jacob Richler-Kleinman (Oakwood B)

    Lee Cash (ML Lions Masters)

    James Jaconelli (Fairlop FC)

    Richard Silver (Camden Park)

    David Kanzen (Camden Park) 

    MANAGER

    Dan Jacobs (Maccabi London Lions Masters)

    Jason Stein (Oakwood B)

    Joel Nathan (Brady Maccabi)

    Jacob Emanuel & Danny Hirshberger(Hertswood Vale)

    Brandon Hamme (Mill Hill Dons)

    REFEREE

    Barry David (NL Raiders C vs Hertswood)

    Stephen Levy (NL Raiders B vs Faithfold A)

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    NOMINATIONS

    HERTSWOOD VALE

    - Jack Shulman (CB) - an absolute rock at the back, winning header after header.

    - Josh Wood (CM) - a real captain’s performance, chased down everything and dictated play across the midfield.

    - Gal Alkalay (RM) - grabbed his first goal for the Vale. Caused huge problems for their LB throughout the game - evidential with how many times he was fouled.

    - Ariel Weinstein (ST) - considering he hadn’t played football for over a year and had a heavy night out before the game, he shook off his hangover and his rustiness to slot a well-taken goal on his debut. Could’ve had a second if it wasn’t for the linesman’s flag.

    Ben Chiltern (CM) - after a two-month layoff with a hamstring injury, he was thrust back into the starting line up and didn’t disappoint. Sprayed passes across the midfield and closed down attack after attack

    - Barry David (ref) - Exceptional control of the game throughout

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    OAKWOOD B

    Jacob Richler-Kleinman (F) - probably the best game he has played in two years. In my view almost single-handedly won us the match. Back to his best with two very well taken goals. He is a force to recon with

    Dani Dennison (D) - spectacular RB performance, amazing cross for the second goal, really growing into the season after a slow start

    Ben Loofe (D) - quietly having an amazing season, genuinely can't be many left backs in the league. Organiser and leader

    Dan Ash (M) - two assists and as usual made it a long morning for the LB

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    BRADY MACCABI

    Marc Rister (CB) - our Mr Versatile who filled in at CB today and didn’t put a foot wrong

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    REAL HENDON

    Gilad Kestenbaum (CB) - outstanding in the defence, playing the ball on the floor and dribbling out of tackles with aplomb

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    MILL HILL DONS

    Adam Ben Harosh (LB) - was a key member of a water-tight defence. Filled in centrally when required and made several key challenges

    Adam Isaacs (RW) - got the team off to a great start with two important early goals. He was a real fox in the box today

    Josh Cinna (CB) - another dominant performance defensively and also bagged two assists from that deadly long-throw

    Harry Moss (CB) - defended with total discipline, awareness and tenacity to ensure that Adam Ellis didn't get a sniff all game. Up there with the best individual performances in Dons history

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    FAITHFOLD A

    Stephen Levy (Referee) - "I disagreed with at least one of his decisions but what liked about him was the way he spoke to naughty boys and explained his decision when a forceful protest from the hard-done-by individual and/or team arose. A top-rate communicator"

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    TEMPLE FORTUNE B

    Jacob Kalms (CB) - the midfield maestro filled in at centre-half this week and put in one of the performances of the season. Won everything in front of him and capped it all off with a goal-line clearance and an outstanding tackle at the death to rob the Faithfold striker of a certain goal. Sergio Ramos eat your heart out!

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    HENDON UNITED SPORTS

    Russ Corin (GK) - was absolute superb today. Made a host of great saves today and looked like he’s heading in the right direction returning to full fitness hopefully over the coming weeks. The pick of the saves was a diving save to his right from a bullet header in the second half which would have changed the complexion of the game

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    FAITHFOLD A

    Leor Harel (CB) - first real game at CB (and he hopes his last!) but had an absolute blinder. Calm on the ball but solid in the tackle. Nothing got past him

    Amit Dinowitz (LW) - first game in a couple of years and really ran the NLR right-back ragged. Scored the best goal of the day with a crisp finish

    Ben Shirbini (AM/RW) - Ben 'Lampard' Shirbini, always in the right place at the right time, whichever position he plays in. Didn't play the full 90 minutes (which he's not happy about) and still scored four goals. Class throughout

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    CAMDEN PARK

    Jordan Silverstone (M) - the class act on the pitch he ran the game was excellent

    Richard Silver (S) - dangerous throughout, link-up play first-class

    David Kanzen (S) - had his best game, how he did not score was purely down to great goalkeeping

    David Khalatschi (GK) - volunteered to go in goal even though he was injured, top man, top club man

    Jake Saunders (M) - massive part in our dominant display, was outstanding like the rest of team, did not deserve to be on the losing side

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    MACCABI LONDON LIONS WHITE

    Jordan Sharfian (GK) - saved three one on ones in the first half and went on to pull of umpteen great saves

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