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.