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News and analysis from the OptaPro team.

Managing player pathways - this case study provides an insight into how @KNVB are monitoring and assessing players,… twitter.com/i/web/status/1… 18 Oct

45 – Harry Kane took the most shots from high clarity situations in the Premier League last season. Target.… twitter.com/i/web/status/1… 16 Oct

BLOG: Kane’s World – Shots, pressure and clarity in the Premier League In this latest OptaPro analysis, @Worvilletwitter.com/i/web/status/1… 15 Oct

The deadline for submitting a proposal is tonight. Countdown. twitter.com/OptaPro/status… 15 Oct

The deadline for #OptaProForum submissions is this Monday (15th October). Imminent. twitter.com/OptaPro/status… 13 Oct

With the #OptaProForum submission deadline fast approaching (15th October), this analysis from @Torvaney, adapted f… twitter.com/i/web/status/1… 12 Oct

ANNOUNCEMENT: @pmarques82, technical director at @SLBenfica, to participate in Q&A discussion at 2019 #OptaProForumtwitter.com/i/web/status/1… 11 Oct

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BLOG: 12 of the best in 2016

A look back at some of the most innovative and applicable analysis from 2016.
Posted by Ryan Bahia at 00:00

BLOG: Inside Leicester City

First team analyst Peter Clark discusses the Premier League club's implementation of data-led analysis.
Posted by Ryan Bahia at 00:00

NEWS: OptaPro covering 2014 Toulon Tournament

Opta will be collecting full-level performance data from the entire 2014 Toulon Tournament.
Posted by Simon Farrant at 09:18

BLOG: Things we think we think

As part of OptaPro's year anniversary, we attempted something of an experiment: a crowd-sourced blog from some of the key players in the football analytics world.
Posted by Simon Farrant at 17:00

NEWS: Reading FC to use OptaPro

Reading FC have become the latest Premier League side to embrace OptaPro’s revolutionary performance analysis software packages and uniquely detailed data sets.
Posted by Simon Farrant at 13:32