MARKETING MIX: Cole has Provan his worth to Jim

Andy Cole’s match-winning performance against Liverpool at the weekend reinforced Manchester United’s title credentials. His two goals and an assist also made the Royal Mail’s Jim Provan our Football Crazy polo shirt winner for this week.

Andy Cole’s match-winning performance against Liverpool at the

weekend reinforced Manchester United’s title credentials. His two goals

and an assist also made the Royal Mail’s Jim Provan our Football Crazy

polo shirt winner for this week.



Provan’s Prodigals can also congratulate West Ham United duo John

Hartson (nine) and Eyal Berkovic (eight), who excelled in its demolition

of Crystal Palace in their replayed match last week.



Staying with West Ham, however, Loon of the Week goes to its

goalkeeper.



Ludek Miklosko - an own-goal and an awful kick that gifted Derby’s Dean

Sturridge a goal sealed his fate.



On a happier note, our Player of the Week goes to Chelsea’s Tore Andre

Flo (11). His hat-trick condemned Spurs to the bottom three.



Brendan McElroy from Boots has been pegged back again by Pitman

Publishing’s Martin Drewe. They share the lead in the overall race for

the Football Crazy title with 283 points.



The overall and this week’s player scores are featured on page 23. You

could also visit the Football Crazy pages on the Marketing Web site at

www.marketing. haynet.com. The mini league results are also on that

site.



To discover your position or make transfers, call 0891 400220. Calls

will cost 50p a minute with all profits going to NABS.





THE TOP TEAMS - WEEK 14

    SCORE  TEAM NAME          MANAGER          COMPANY          LOCATION

1   49     Provan’s           Jim Provan       Royal Mail     Chelmsford

           Prodigals                           Anglia

2   45     Bleeds             Paul Walker      ACNeilsen          Oxford

            United XI

3=  44     Nobby’s            Sam Noble        Marketing          London

            Stylers                            Partnership

3=  44     Synamo             Ian Kirk         WBF          Huddersfield

            Kirkon

5=  43     Whathaveyou        Jo Richards      Juice           Knutsford

            United                             Advertising

5=  43     Bairns 1           Iain Webster     Blue-Chip       Edinburgh

            Burns Out                          Marketing

7   42     The Pygmy          John Rowlett     Premier            Wirral

            Death Squad                        Beverages

8=  41     Carefree XI        David Hearn      Anderson Hearn   Kingston

                                               Keene

8=  41     Bor’Munchengold-   Nigel Goldthorpe Westminster

                                                                         thorpe  Collection       Watford

8=  41     Stuventus          Stuart Barker   Scott Edgar        London

                               Group



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