www.stoketshirts.co.uk Beat The Manager 2010/11 - Week Thirteen Review
By Dan Buxton
Updated Monday, 15th November 2010
How the Potters famous win over Liverpool affected the table
City deservedly beat Liverpool on Saturday evening, and the win came as a suprise to most the predictors on Beat the Manager, and the comfortable 2-0 win even more so.
Of the 21 predictions, only five were for a Potters win, and only one was for the correct 2-0 Stoke win.
That single mystic Potter was Manilla Maniacs who bagged the full 20 points on offer to move up from 21st in the table to 12th.
All of the top sides failed to pick up meaningful, if any, points as they all plumped for a draw or an away win but Sporting Snajdog predicted a Stoke win to move into 14th.
The other three sides to predict Stoke wins were Goatface, up from 20th to 19th, Neds Army, up from 22nd to 20th, and Fuller-Tricks, up from 27th to 25th in the table.