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#MGBSFL Jewish News team of the week

Find out who made it into this week’s Jewish News / jewishnews.co.uk Team of the Week.

Andrew Sherwood is the Jewish News Sport and Community Editor

Send your nominations for team-of-the-week to andrews@thejngroup.com to reach me by Monday afternoon.

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GOALKEEPER
Jordan Kara (Fairlop) – Stepped in for absent goalkeeper and didn’t disappoint, which included him make “two genuine fingertip world-class saves” which kept side in the game

DEFENCE
Guv Nussbaum (Bayern Mincha) – Put in another solid performance at the back. Won every battle he faced and got another goal to boot
Harry Myers (Manchester Maccabi 2nd) – Marshalled his defence with authority, was imperious in his side’s win
Anthony Goodmaker (NL Raiders B) – Captained the side from the heart of the defence and dealt with unpredictable second balls
Adam Rone (FC Team) – Put in a solid performance at right-back as side maintained Division Two title push

MIDFIELD:
Daniel Holder (Bayern Mincha) – Dictated the midfield, ran the whole game and was enjoying it so much, he did a double 360 spin on two of their players
Daniel Rubenstein (Manchester Maccabi 2nd) – All good things came through “Ruby” closely followed by his partner in the middle, Rafi Newman
Joe Davis (Los Blancos) – The groundsman were the only people upset at his performance as he covered every blade of grass, his neat passing and movement influenced the game
Adam Isaccs (Mill Hill Dons) – Made his long awaited return in style scoring twice and proving to be handful throughout

ATTACK:
Ollie Craig (Maccabi London Lions White) – Superb performance up front, helped himself to a hat-trick with a virtuoso display
Zach Cohen (MK Dons) – Involved in side’s four goals, scored twice, and claimed two assists to make it 18 goals in nine games in the league

PLAYER OF THE WEEK:
Joe Davis (Los Blancos)

STAND-IN MANAGER OF THE WEEK
Joel Holder (Los Blancos)

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