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Redbridge romp through in the cup

MASTERSBALLWEBJon Jacobs side made light work of this all-Division one tie as goals from Nathan Sollosi, Daniel Garfinkle, David Castle and Sam Sollosi saw them to this comfortable win.
Peter Morrison Cup First Round:
Redbridge Jewish Care B 4 Los Blancos 0
Sunday, 5 October, 2014
Redbridge met a very different Blancos team this morning and there was no danger of complacency kicking in. From the off, Blancos looked up for it and playing their direct style, were always looking for Adam Hersh who was well marshalled by Jordan Sapler.
 
Numerous chances were falling to Redbridge but the Blancos keeper was catching everything and frustration was boiling over with the referee talking to a fired up Sollosi brothers.
 
Half-time came with the score at 0-0. Jacobs reminded his Redbridge team to keep playing their Football and Blancos would eventually crumble under the pressure – possession stats would show about 80:20 to Redbridge.
 
Five minutes into the second half and the opener arrived with a defensive mix-up leaving to Nathan Sollosi to smash home from five yards out. The goal seemed to calm Redbridge down and the football began to flow with Blancos powerless to stop the onslaught.
 
Goal two was a beautiful counter with Oldstein rampaging down the left, switching play to the right where Goldman sent in a  delicious ball which Garfinkle was on hand to apply the gloss with a well taken flicked finish.
Rolling subs were now happening and the fresh players continued to press home the advantage with goal three another superb cross and finish from David Castle. The final goal fell to the best player on the pitch with Sam Sollosi using his futsal skills to ghost past four players before rolling the ball into an empty net.
 
A comprehensive victory. Jacobs said: “The boys want a tie up North , the management want a home tie at Fairlop.”
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