www.stoketshirts.co.uk Beat The Manager 2010/11 - Week Eight Review
By Dan Buxton
Updated Monday, 18th October 2010
How did the Potters late defeat effect the table
City conceded an injury time goal to lose at Bolton, and that goal meant a loss of points for a high number of Beat the Manager players.
Of the 31 predictions only two had been for a Bolton win, with only one predicting the correct score of 2-1 to the hosts. There had been numerous predictions of a draw, with the majority being for what was looking like the correct score of 1-1, meaning those players went from collecting 25 points to just 2, all in the swing of Ivan Klasnic's boot.
The two players who picked up the wins were Molebusters, correctly predicted 2-1 to Bolton and saw the 25 points collected take them from 46th to 17th, and Hillside Shamblers who picked up ten points to stay second, but close the gap on long time leaders remywho, who now lead by just 15 points.