www.stoketshirts.co.uk Beat The Manager 2010/11 - Week Six Review
By Dan Buxton
Updated Wednesday, 29th September 2010
How the Potters win over Newcastle affected the Beat the Manager table
City came back from a being behind at half time yet again to emerge victorious at St. James Park on Sunday.
James Perch late own goal won the game and that goal not only gave the Potters an extra two league points but also hugely affected the awarding of Beat the Manager points.
There were 33 predictions, but only wight were for a Potters win and so those eight will have celebrated the winner even harder than most, while of the eight Stoke wins, five were for the correct score of 2-1 to City.
Remywho were one of the correct five and extended their lead to a massive 22 points on the back of that prediction, with M.Young and scfclifer, up from 14th and 19th respectively, to take 2nd and 3rd position.
The Messiahs 2nd XI also collected maximum points to jump from 37th to 7th.