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Beat The Manager’s First Apple iPad Winner Announced

apple ipad Beat The Managers First Apple iPad Winner Announced

EPL Talk is proud to announce that the winner of a brand-new Apple iPad, for scoring the most number of points in the Beat The Manager game, is …

… Greg Pierko!

Greg came in first place by scoring the most number of points in the game based on correctly predicting the starting lineups, selecting the best team each week and predicting the final scores.

Greg chose Liverpool as his team.

Here are the standings for Beat The Manager, gameweeks 1-6:

1 Greg Pierko Liverpool 644
2 Stephen Roberts West Ham United 504
3 Robert Hay Arsenal 490
4 Adam Heap Manchester City 446
5 Bart Ewing Tottenham Hotspur 442
6 John Forhecz Chelsea 412
7 Dustin George-Miller Tottenham Hotspur 410
8 Dan Meichelbock Newcastle United 379
9 Andrew Pagano Chelsea 351
10 Chang Shim Chelsea 337

We’ll be awarding the next Apple iPad at the conclusion of gameweek 12 of Beat The Manager. If you haven’t played the game yet, register today to play Beat The Manager. Oh yeah, and it’s free to play.

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3 Responses to Beat The Manager’s First Apple iPad Winner Announced

  1. gbewing says:

    Congrats Greg, your score is impressive. I would think Liverpool would have been tricky to predict early on this season. I’d like to see more breakdown on Gregs picks compared to results so we all can see how this game works better

  2. dustingm says:

    I tell you, the Lloris/Friedel debacle absolutely killed my points total. (As did the unannounced last-minute injuries like Kaboul, Assou-Ekotto, and Dembele)

  3. Wan says:

    Congrats Greg!

    Gaffer, mind to list down all the top 100?

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