MARKETING MIX: Goal difference puts Premier first

After a remarkably close week of results, Lynn Jeffries from Premier Beverages has sneaked the win on goal difference from Graham Goss of William Goss & Sons.

After a remarkably close week of results, Lynn Jeffries from

Premier Beverages has sneaked the win on goal difference from Graham

Goss of William Goss & Sons.

Lynn and Graham both notched up 31 points. However, Lynn shaded ahead by

virtue of her team scoring three goals to Graham’s two. A top-quality

Football Crazy polo shirt will be on its way to Lynn very soon.

Dennis Bergkamp clearly loves to travel, despite his fear of flying,

with all of his goals this season scored away from Highbury. His classic

double strike at Chelsea earns the Dutchman his second Player of the

Week award.

Despite losing five points for his sending off at Old Trafford, Nathan

Blakes of Bolton receives the Loon of the Week title for his part in the

Pallister incident.

In the race for the overall title, scores have bunched up, with Nigel

Brown of TDS now just five points clear of Kevin Wright.

To find out how you are getting on, check out the player scores on page

56 or visit the Football Crazy pages on the Marketing Web site, at You will also see the minileague results featured there for

you to print off and brandish around the office.

To discover your overall position and make transfers for your team, call

0891 400 220. Calls cost 50p per minute and all profits go to NABS. Any

changes will be valid for the next scoring week.

As promised, here is another classic Perfect Substitute, in Andrew

Harris, chief executive of Evans Hunt Scott. Andrew wins a bottle of

champagne for his amazing similarity to Arsenal and England superkeeper

David Seaman.

Next week, we will be updating you on which mini-leagues are taking the

league by storm. So, get your copy of Marketing to find out who tops the




1=   31   Scally XI             Lynn Jeffries       Premier Beverages/


1=   31   Le Creme de la Prem   Graham Goss         William Goss & Sons/

                                                    County Down

3    30   Lunchtime Legends     Mark Albert         Swetenhams/


4=   29   Charlie’s Angels      Charles Reynolds    Harvard Public



4=   29   Bunch of Ahhs         Stephen Gaunt       Autoglass/


4=   29   Barrells Beefy

          Burgers               Jamie Barrell       St Ivel/


4=   29   Duggies Dazzlers      Douglas Hamilton    MCG Marketing Group/


4=   29   Tricia’s Treasures    Tricia Scott        Media Audits/


4=   29   Whittlesey Posh       Adrian Randall      Raymead/


4=   29   Dull City             Nelson McConnell    Teamwork Marketing/



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