Find out who made it into this week’s Jewish News / jewishnews.co.uk Team of the Week.
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Nick Shinder (Athletic Bilbaum) – Was inspirational in goal, with two notable stops – as he played his part in club’s first win of the season
Brad Dryer (Harmen) – The future of Harmen, won all of his duels on the left side of the pitch, excellent with his feet and did not lose one aerial battle.
James Korn (FC Team B) – Playing his first game of the season, he was totally dominant at the heart of the defence, winning everything
Alex Rosenthal (Hendon United A) – Rolled back the years with a brilliant defensive leadership display at centre half – described as being a true rock
Dale Bradman (Oakwood A) – Was superb throughout at the back for the Oakwood defence and was unfortunate to be on the losing side
Jake Saunders (Camden Park) – Played the part of two players – and just as well as Camden had to play last 20 minutes with ten men after Sasha Nussenbaum went off injured
Mark Singer (L’Equipe) – Captained the side to perfection, won every header and topped it off with a goal
Benji Weinberger (Maccabi London Lions B) – Did absolutely everything apart from score. Worked tirelessly, caused Raiders defence major problems and broke up attacks
Elliott Espinoza (Scrabble) – Pulled the strings in midfield as Scrabble maintained their 100 percent winning start to the season
Elio Elia (Boca Jewniors) – Gave both centre-backs huge headaches, consistently beating them both for pace and scored two cracking individual goals
Daniel Garfinkle (Redbridge A) – With Steve Summers off with injury after 20 minutes, moved from a wide position and used his pace to great advantage with a four-goal blast
PLAYER OF THE WEEK
Elio Elia (Boca Jewniors)
MANAGER OF THE WEEK:
Jeremy Julius (Athletic Bilbaum)