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David Fox: Splen­did stop­per and hugely re­spected vice-cap­tain. His agility and re­flexes en­ables him to re­pel ef­forts on his goal that most would have been only able to stand and ad­mire. Mod­els his game on his hero Iker Cas­si­las.

Jake Got­tlieb: His tal­ent was spot­ted at the ten­der age of 15, where he rep­re­sented Win­gate & Finch­ley. Jake ‘the Snake’ can do al­most any­thing with his left leg and his right leg’s not just for stand­ing on (un­like John Arne Ri­ise!).

Scott Shindler: ‘Worzel Gum­midge’ is ag­gres­sive in the tackle and in the air and de­cep­tively quick. He is Neas­den’s very own John Terry and is a dan­ger in the op­po­si­tion’s box.

Jonny El­lis: Has been a colos­sus since join­ing from Lon­don Li­ons, pos­sess­ing all the at­tributes nec­es­sary to be­come one of Jewish’s foot­ball’s all time greats. Tack­les like an ox and has got the lot!

Adam Levene: The Doc is Mr Ver­sa­tile, com­fort­able at cen­tre back, full back or in mid­field. One of the quick­est play­ers in the league and reads the game bril­liant. A true gen­tle­man and ath­lete.

Dan Cole: Has been “dif­fer­ent gravy” this sea­son and re­cently earned a call-up for Win­gate & FInch­ley re­serves. A right-sided player who loves to dic­tate and get for­ward.

Danny Daggers: Neas­den’s long­est-serv­ing player. An ex­trav­a­gantly gifted mid­fielder who has an ex­cel­lent touch and imag­i­na­tion and has formed a for­mi­da­ble part­ner­ship along­side Mark Greene and Matt Sofier.

Matt Sofier: Son of Neas­den leg­end Ray, he quickly caught the eye while play­ing in the B team the pre­vi­ous sea­son. His ag­gres­sive tack­ling and abil­ity to get for­ward are his great­est qual­i­ties.

Lee Cash (cap­tain): The most feared striker in the league. Most at home with a ball at his feet. He has a strike rate that is bet­ter than Van Nis­tel­rooy’s but plays more like Fer­nando Tor­res.

Ryan Sher: Scored a po­ten­tial goal of the sea­son in Leeds. A big, strong man who pos­sesses a deft­ness of touch that sets him apart from the rest. Of­ten at­tempts spec­tac­u­lar ef­forts that would lift the crowd from their seats.

Matt Stock: Has ex­plo­sive pace, an un­stop­pable shot and tech­nique that wouldn’t look out of place on a pro­fes­sional pitch. If given an inch he will leave the de­fend­ers for dead.

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