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    RUSSELL CORIN - Goalkeeper - has been ultra consistent all season, with superb handling and great shot stopping. His vocal encouragement from the back can be heard at most local grounds on any given Sunday. Regards conceding goals as a personal insult and has conceded less than 10 all year so far in the Premier league. Last season's cup final man-of-the-match

    ALEX GILBERT - Right back - as experienced as they come yet still one of the fittest players in the league. A stalwart for many years marauding up and down that right flank. Lives for his Sunday mornings and will not be swapping his boots for nappy changing for a few years yet

    MOTTI COLMAN - Right back - a big name signing from London Maccabi Lions who has not disappointed, either in terms of playing quality or with some incredible Churchillian huddle speeches. Is gutted to be missing the final few weeks due to a poorly-timed decision to go on Aliyah, but do not rule out a heroic flight back for one of the final glory matches

    JOSH LIPMAN - Centre half - a true inspiration and without doubt one of the most talented Jewish footballers in the country today. Incredibly solid and quick - is a forward's ultimate nightmare. One of the contenders for player of the season and the only thing missing from his game this season has been a goal. 100/1 for the winner today?

    ALEX ROSENTHAL - Centre half - the unsung hero in a very solid and consistent defence. Excellent in the air and brave as an ox. Is quite sensitive for a big man and has shrewdly started to go to the manager's synagogue every Friday night to confirm team selection

    MARTIN SMULOVITCH - Left-back - the elder statesman of the team age-wise but certainly not fitness-wise. Defends his trainer of the year award with pride year in, year out and once again has not had one bad game this year and has been a total model of consistency. Stands up to the finest wingers with no fear and always come out on top

    PAUL BENTLEY - Centre half - spent half the season in New York and the other half chasing Princess Beatrice down the ski slopes which has resulted in little football this year for Paul. Remains a class act, though, and would still love to play a big role in the season's finale. Ex-Maccabiah footballer and technically brilliant

    RAFI KON - Central midfield - one of three very talented youngsters in the squad who wears his heart on his sleeve. Has had a great season in a very crowded central midfield area. Despite his tender years he is not afraid to make his feelings known and even Fergie would get grief leaving out this starlet

    BEN KON - Central midfield - brother of Rafi and a very attacking box-to-box midfielder in the Fabregas/Gerrard mould. Not been quite as prolific this year as in previous ones but still a big danger. One of the quieter members of the squad who lets his feet do all the talking

    BEN LAUFFER - Central midfield - brought in at the beginning of the season to add even more class to an already classy central area. Been touted as the Rolls Royce of Jewish football and has not disappointed in settling down brilliantly into the Hendon family. Can totally dominate a midfield with his all-round game and a is huge asset to the team

    JOSH BENTLEY - Central midfield - Team captain/secretary/administrator/barbecue organiser. Hendon through and through despite living in Mill Hill. Whilst Josh is no Usain Bolt these days, he more than makes up for it with massive ball-winning and heading abilities and still pops up to score crucial goals. Will fight and inspire to the final whistle and you will not see a bigger smile in the world should he be lifting the CA cup this evening

    ARI LAST - Central midfield - the final member of the most talented central midfield in the country. Experienced, Steely, determined, tough as nails and quite scary. Has played in a more forward role this year and has got the goals to show for it. A massive presence in the team who will never go missing and is a major reason for Hendon's success so far this term

    GREG CORIN - Left-wing - An unbelievable season for the 'adonis' of Jewish football. Incredible last minute equalisers in two rounds of this competition has seen Greg practically keep Hendon alive single-handedly, and his silky dribbling skills are a joy to watch. Assistant-managerial role as well and a big favourite for player of the season

    YOAV KESTENBAUM - Forward - was expected to only play a bit part this year but performances have made him impossible to leave him out. Unbelievable skill for an 18-year-old as he goes past players with ease and a lot better than his father was at a similar age! Do not rule out a heroic match-winner to bring tears to some of the most prominent members of Anglo Jewry!

    AVIDAN LAST - Forward - must be one of the most prolific goal-scorers in Jewish football. A fantastic eye for goal and always pops up with a crucial one in the biggest games. His goal tally this year has been superb. Lives for his Sunday mornings and plays with more passion than the greatest lover. Will simply not accept defeat

    DANNY KON - Forward - arguably the find of the season. Plucked out of Division Three football and has terrorrised defences all season with his electrifying pace and exquisite finishing. Never on time but always a handful and there will be no more popular person to score a vital goal today

    DOVID KORMAN - Forward - since marrying Lord Kestenbaum's daughter, it has been a very stop-start season for this highly-skilled footballer. Picked up an injury on honeymoon and only played a handful of games. Is finally approaching full fitness though and maybe today is the day he makes up for lost time

    DAVID GARBACZ - Manager. Now in his third term and after four runners-up medals, his team are currently on course for an unprecedented treble in Jewish football. A journalist's dream with no end of fabulous cliche's and an uncanny comparison to Jose Mourinho, both in terms of tactics and the salt and pepper hair style. Will simply not be accepting any more runners-up medals this year and his team know it

    Club Colours: Red shirts, shorts and socks

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