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News and analysis from the OptaPro team.

This Thursday sees OptaPro host its first football analytics conference in Germany. bit.ly/2nrXNOJ. Presentations. 21 Mar

.@Worville provides an in-depth analysis of Napoli, assessing various aspects of their playing style. bit.ly/2nMFMKB. Informed. 20 Mar

BLOG: @Worville applies a possessions model to this data-driven analysis of @sscnapoli. bit.ly/2nMFMKB. Se… twitter.com/i/web/status/8… 17 Mar

BLOG: @Worville uses a possessions model for an in-depth analysis of @sscnapoli. bit.ly/2nMFMKB. Partenope… twitter.com/i/web/status/8… 17 Mar

.@ghostgoal has used @neilcharles_uk's #OptaProForum presentation to look at how effective Tony Pulis is.… twitter.com/i/web/status/8… 17 Mar

VIDEO: ‘Shoot! Optimising the location of attempts on goal’. @neilcharles_uk’s #OptaProForum presentation. bit.ly/2mx0Zrv. Options. 16 Mar

The presentation slides from @neilcharles_uk’s #OptaProForum talk can be accessed here: bit.ly/2mx0Zrv. Su… twitter.com/i/web/status/8… 16 Mar

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NEWS: OptaPro to present at Royal Statistical Society

Representatives from OptaPro will present at the Royal Statistical Society's Sports Analytics meeting.
Posted by Simon Farrant at 14:24

NEWS: Scout7 integrate OptaPro data in new Player Performance Reel

Scout7 have launched a new Player Performance Reel in conjunction with OptaPro.
Posted by Simon Farrant at 12:28

NEWS: Sydney FC commits to OptaPro

Sydney FC have reaffirmed their commitment to advanced performance analysis by becoming the first Australian soccer side to integrate OptaPro performance data into their SportsCode software package.
Posted by Simon Farrant at 11:34

BLOG: Possession(s)

An attempt to redefine possession statistics, and analysis of Premier League teams.
Posted by Sam Green at 14:13

NEWS: OptaPro Product Manager Vacancy

OptaPro are seeking an experienced Product Manager to join the team based in London.
Posted by Simon Farrant at 12:05