Find out who made it into this week’s Jewish News / jewishnews.co.uk Team of the Week.
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Cael Persaud (Athletic Bilbaum) – Debut appearance for the club was capped off with a tidy display and a couple of top saves
Gary Tiller (Real Sosobad) – Mr Reliable. Nothing got past him defensively, was a continuous outlet going forward and played last 20 minutes in the centre of the park
Dan King (Oakwood B) – Has been an excellent addition to the side with commanding performances. Showing maturity beyond his years with another terrific performance
Adam Newman (Scrabble) – Was described as being a rock at the back as the leaders hung on at the end to maintain their 100 percent winning start
Darren Bloom (Faithfold B) – Brilliant performance at right-back, capped off with finishing off a great move to claim a well-deserved goal
James Berkley (Redbridge A) – Playing in an unfamiliar position, used his intelligence to play where was needed and capped off a fine game with the final goal.
Jake Gottlieb (Harmen) – Dictated the game and bossed the centre of the park, even earning praise from the referee at the end of the game due to his contribution in the second half
Ethan Zone (Hendon United A) – Was exceptional, both defensively and going forward including one superb last-ditch goal line clearance late in the game
Yossi Goldberg (Real Hendon) – Ran the show for Real Hendon, was unlucky to hit both the bar and post on separate occasions
Rob Hershkorn (Camden Park) – Led from the front and kept the opposition constantly on the back foot. He’s now leading the scoring charts after adding another two goals.
Dean Rosenthal (Maccabi London Lions B) – Scored probably the fastest hat-trick in MGBSFL history with a clinical performance against Temple Fortune
PLAYER OF THE WEEK
Dean Rosenthal (Maccabi London Lions B)
MANAGERS OF THE WEEK:
Joel Alterman, Joe Marsh & Oliver Leslie (Harmen)