Elliott by a landslide

Last updated : 16 January 2008 By Tony Scholes
Wade Elliott
It wasn't even close in either the poll or the ratings. In the man of the match poll he won no less than 66.4% of the vote to claim the three points. That's the second highest percentage this season. It has taken him above Gabor Kiraly's 64.5% from the home game against Hull but still falls some way short of the 76.1% won by Robbie Blake following his performance at Sheffield Wednesday in September.

Elliott's domination of the poll was such that Jon Harley in second place claimed just 8.4% of the vote whilst Robbie Blake's 6.7% earned him third place.
The player ratings thread on the message board was much the same with Wade some distance in front of any of the other players. He picked up a rating of 9.00 out of 10 and that was some distance ahead of Blake in second place. He had a rating of 7.73 whilst Andy Gray, playing as a lone striker, secured a rating of 7.63 to take third place.
That gives Elliott six points in total with three to Blake, two to Harley and the last point to Gray. It all means Elliott, 22 points behind in early December, has now pulled four points clear at the top of the table.
The current table
47: Wade Elliott
43: Robbie Blake
39: Clarke Carlisle & David Unsworth
35: Alan Mahon
25: Gabor Kiraly
24: Andy Gray
21: Kyle Lafferty
20: Chris McCann
18: James O'Connor
16: Jon Harley
14: Steven Caldwell
13: John Spicer
12: Brian Jensen
3: Ade Akinbiyi, Graham Alexander, Michael Duff, Joey Gudjonsson
2: Wayne Thomas
1: Stephen Jordan