A showcase of some of the best data analysis from across the web.
How does data influence squad selection? @guardian speaks to @gusmcnab to find out. bit.ly/1pQn7HT. Measured.
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Just over one week until the #OptaProForum. You can see the event line-up here. bit.ly/1CvKo8P. Presenter.
#OptaProForum presenter @WillTGM explores the balance between controlling space and possession. bit.ly/1pQn7HT. Territory.
Der BVB nach der Hinrunde auf einem Abstiegsplatz. Der OptaPro Blog präsentiert Erklärungen. bit.ly/1yDKECe. Rückblick.
Following @colinttrainor's excellent analysis, German speakers may enjoy our blog covering @BVB’s season. bit.ly/1yDKECe. Review.
With Sebastian Giovinco heading to Toronto FC this summer, @MLS explored how he’ll fit in at his new side. bit.ly/1pQn7HT. Atomic.
Have you seen the presentation line-up for the #OptaProForum? bit.ly/1CvKo8P. Roster.
Following a thorough judging process, here are the #OptaProForum presentations for the 2015 event. bit.ly/1CvKo8P. Announcement.
. @TheM_L_G takes a closer look at Tim Howard and Everton’s defence, using data from @footballfactman. bit.ly/1pQn7HT. Leak.
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Featured in the Guardian, OptaPro’s Angus McNab contributes to the discussion around data’s influence on squad selection ahead of the 6 Nations.
Ahead of presenting at the OptaPro Analytics Forum in February, Will Gurpinar-Morgan’s latest article focuses on the balance between controlling space and possession.
MLSsoccer.com takes a closer look at new Toronto FC signing Sebastian Giovinco, who is set to join the club this summer after his contract with Juventus expires.
Now that analytics is just starting to gain some mainstream attention in the soccer world it inevitably has its detractors, and with detractors comes misinformation and misunderstanding. So it is important to answer the questions of what soccer analytics is and how should it be used?
Mike Goodman explores Tim Howard and Everton’s defence in this article, supported with data from Paul Riley.
Sam Gregory, writing for Sportsnet, explores what may separate Chelsea and Manchester City in May as the two sides compete for the Premier League title.