Top 50 managers for February

21 March, 2008

1 Jack Hibberd Matchstick Men 72

2 Lee Widdowfield Fursty Ferrets 2 62

3 Geoffrey Holmes Good Buys 58

4 Andrew Sadd Peatlings Plodders 56

5 Peter Gillen Designated Drinkers 56

6 Adrian Gillen Ade's Army 55

7 Alex Roberts The Local Journeyman FC 55

8 Chaiya Namasa Made In Thailand 07 55

9 Simon Dugdale Dougie Dugdale 54

10 Danielle Logan The Lambrini Diaries 53

11 Mathew Evans Half Time Bovril 51

12 Richard Head Victoria Wine Old

Boys X1 50

13 Ben Rea Optimus Primate

50

14 Scott Ashton Hungry Hungry Hippos 49

15 Tony Mann Tony's Terriers 49

16 Adam Townley Ipswich Townley FC 48

17 Linda Beckett Broadstairs Is Best 48

18 Ste Yates Rafa's Rejects 47

19 Gary Norton United Lovers Of Spoons 47

20 Tom Walker FC Walker 46

21= Simon Bance Spurs For 4th Place ...

Probably 45

21= James Gillespie Drumburn United 45

23 David Keareny DK Utd 45

24 S Challinor Ethanellis FC 45

25 David Kenyon Red Devils 44

26 Keith Parkinson Parko's Plonkers 44

27 Isla Barber Goldan Blacks 44

28 Paul Cook FC Brissar 44

29 David Lunn Ronny7 44

30 Andrew Gascoigne Athletico Fehippo 44

31 Gareth Anderson b4walls 43

32= Rushil-Jaimin Patel Amba All Stars 43

32= Jonn Bateman Waggle Dancers XI 43

34 Heather Perkins Perkyfish FC 43

35 Glen Erdis Blackdragon23 43

36 Ged Lowry Last To Be Picked 43

37 Sanjeev Kumar Ace's 43

38 Nigel Huddleston The Swindon Lot 43

39 Tim Evans Boys Of 87 42

40 James Murray Smack My Pitch Up 42

41 Matthew Rhodes Thai PM's XI 42

42= Joanna Dent Jokky Athletic2 42

42= Liam Cahill Redeclipse 42

44 Samantha Briney Briney's Bunch 42

45 Sharon Laker Shaz's Superstars 42

46 J Norris Norry Utd 41

47 Fred Walsh British Bulldogs 41

48 Craig Wakefield The Express FC 41

49 Gary Cottis FC Vodnik 41

50 Dan Wilmot Southwick Offie Boy 41




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