THE CASTROL LMA MANAGERS' PERFORMANCE TABLE

The Castrol LMA Managers' Performance table was devised to allow managers from every level of League football to test themselves against one another.

Every competitive game counts towards a manager's individual score in the League. Points are awarded for victories and draws, with results away from home scoring higher.

Points for clean sheets and goals-scored accumulate throughout the season, whilst a team's winning margin also counts towards the total.

This table is for the 2nd Quarter in season 2014 - 2015 up to 28/11/2014.

Pos Div Manager Club P W D GS CS WM KOM PTS TT
scores
1 C Eddie Howe Bournemouth 9 66 11 21 5 16 14 133 148
2 P Jose Mourinho Chelsea 10 76 11 23 4 18 6 138 138
3 P Alan Pardew Newcastle United 7 54 6 9 4 6 15 94 134
4 P Ronald Koeman Southampton 7 42 6 13 4 12 15 92 131
5 C Steve McClaren Derby County 9 56 5 16 4 11 17 109 121
6 P Roberto Martinez Everton 9 54 16 15 5 11 0 101 112
7 1 Simon Grayson Preston North End 12 66 0 14 4 9 39 132 110
8 2 Micky Mellon Shrewsbury Town 10 64 0 17 3 12 14 110 110
9 C Mark Warburton Brentford 8 54 11 14 2 7 0 88 110
10 2 John Still Luton Town 10 64 6 12 3 8 16 109 109
11 C Aitor Karanka Middlesbrough 8 44 16 13 4 10 0 87 109
12 C Gary Bowyer Blackburn Rovers 8 42 23 13 2 6 0 86 108
13 2 John Sheridan Plymouth Argyle 11 52 12 10 6 9 28 117 106
14 P Mauricio Pochettino Tottenham Hotspur 10 67 0 16 2 9 11 105 105
15 1 Shaun Derry Notts County 9 56 0 13 3 6 15 93 103
16 2 Gareth Ainsworth Wycombe Wanderers 9 46 10 15 1 8 13 93 103
17 C Neil Lennon Bolton Wanderers 7 42 6 13 2 8 0 71 101
18 P Sam Allardyce West Ham United 6 32 11 10 2 5 0 60 100
19 1 Karl Robinson Milton Keynes Dons 10 42 17 9 4 5 19 96 96
20 1 Nigel Clough Sheffield United 12 46 10 11 4 6 38 115 96
GS - Goal Scored CS - Clean Sheets CU - Consecutively Unbeaten WM - Winning Margin per goal


POINTS SYSTEM
Home Win 10 points Goal Scored 1 point
Away Win 12 points Winning Margin per goal 1 point
Home Draw 5 points Clean Sheet 1 point
Away Draw 6 points

There is also a factor included in respect of knock-out matches, based on the league status of the relevent club.

Points are divided by the number of games played. This number is then multiplied by ten - to exclude decimals - producing the final Top Twenty score.


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