Top 50 managers of the season

30 May, 2008

1

Matchstick Men Jack Hibberd 570

2

Hungry Hungry Hippos Scott Ashton 548

3

Kaka's XI Uday Lal 543

4

Red Devils David Kenyon 542

5

Drumburn United James Gillespie 537

6

Third Party Manager Daniel Taylor 526

7

Optimus Primate

Ben Rea 522

8

Schminky Pinky Bang

Bang Thomas Holt 519

9

Peatlings Plodders Andrew Sadd 517

10

Made In Thailand 07 Chaiya Namasa 513

11

Ronny7 David Lunn 503

12

Half Time Bovril Mathew Evans 502

13

Shaz's Superstars Sharon Laker 502

14

Good Buys Geoffrey Holmes 501

15

Durham's Destroyers Andrew Durham 499

16

Sunter's Stars Craig Sunter 498

17

Last To Be Picked Ged Lowry 498

18

Mega Stars Carl Taylor 495

19

The Local

Journeyman FC

Alex Roberts 493

20

Victoria Wine Old

Boys XI

Richard Head 489

21

Smack My Pitch Up James Murray 488

22

The Express FC Craig Wakefield 487

23

The Arse Matt Johnston 485

24

Odd Athletic Stuart Shenton 483

25

D's United Ashvin Lal 483

26

Ipswich Townley FC Adam Townley 482

27

Jokky Athletic2 Joanna Dent 481

28

Yeovil Yokles Paul Stephens 481

29

Atkinson Stanley Simon Atkinson 480

30

Wombles Forever George O'Loughlin 480

31

Bensonsbag Shane Smythe 479

32

Spurodic Umesh Patel 479

33

Inter The Pub James Smallman 478

34

Goldan Blacks Isla Barber 475

35

Wild Rovers Andy Hulme 474

36

Spinertia Lokomotiv Glen Phillips 474

37

Boys Of 87 Tim Evans 471

38

Allstar 11 Jaimin-Rushil Patel 469

39

Topnotcheleven Patrick Wiseman 468

40

Raafa's Rovers Omar Raafat 467

41

Vinmouth City Martin Platts 465

42

Beastminster 636 Richard E Stubbs 464

43

R udd T own FC Russell Dymond 464

44

Lukeyunits Red Devils Luke Howard 463

45

Briney's Bunch Samantha Briney 462

46

OohICouldCrush

AGrape Simon Hughes 462

47

Monkford FC Kenneth Macgregor 462

48

Thai PM's XI Matthew Rhodes 462

49

Wagstarz XXX Kully Bains 461

50

Yogurt Peddlers United Alex Kitchener 459




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Talking terroir

When Bordeaux was in fashion, it seemed almost logical that we should fetishise winemakers. Here were people responsible for brilliant acts of blending, across large estates and multiple grape varieties, including superstars such as cabernet sauvignon and merlot. These days, fashion has moved on and pinot noir is ascendant. As a result, the star of the winemaker has fallen and we find ourselves following a new star in the sky: terroir.

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