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ITA: OptaPro intervista Antonio Tramontano, match analyst al Tianjin Quanjian. bit.ly/2yn3baG. Internazion… twitter.com/i/web/status/9… 12 hours ago

OptaPro speaks with Antonio Tramontano, match analyst at CSL side Tianjin Quanjian FC. bit.ly/2xtQjjR. International. 16 hours ago

JOB: @SouthamptonFC have a first team analyst vacancy. bit.ly/1iYMiem. Opportunity. 23 Sep

The deadline for #OptaProForum submissions is Monday 16th October. Reminder. twitter.com/OptaPro/status… 22 Sep

.@donoir7 discusses his experiences in football, the application of data and his approach to learning in this lates… twitter.com/i/web/status/9… 19 Sep

PODCAST: Interview with former #LCFC, #SkyBlues and #NCFC analyst @donoir7. bit.ly/2wswRGV. City. https://t.co/sFtvAiz6g2 19 Sep

JOB: @SouthamptonFC are recruiting a first team analyst. bit.ly/1iYMiem. Saint. 15 Sep

Former #OptaProForum judge @soccerquant shares expert tips on submitting a proposal. bit.ly/1M5Yhhp. Advic… twitter.com/i/web/status/9… 14 Sep

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Analytics, changing the way we interact with football

<a href="www.sportsnet.ca/soccer/soccer-analytics-premier-league/"></a>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?

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World Cup: To d-mid or not to d-mid? 25 years of USMNT tactics under the microscope

OptaPro's Devin Pleuler uses network analysis to track the US team's tactical development over their last 6 World Cup appearances.

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Mythbusting: Christian Eriksen vs Newcastle

Ted Knutson looks at Christian Eriksen's performance v Newcastle, with a particular focus on the Key Passes metric.

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Shot influence in 2012/13: Messi, Suarez & Bale

Ben Pugsley attempts to quantify the influence of a single player on a team's attack.

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