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BLOG: OptaPro applies data to explore how @realmadriden may tactically evolve with the departure of @Cristiano. Era. optasportspro.com/about/optapro-… 17 Aug

BLOG: OptaPro's data-driven analysis assesses how Real Madrid may adapt to life without Cristiano Ronaldo this seas… twitter.com/i/web/status/1… 17 Aug

.@neilcharles_uk applies an innovative approach to visualising passing data, taking inspiration from wind maps.… twitter.com/i/web/status/1… 14 Aug

BLOG: With the 2018 @CPL underway, OptaPro considers the most effective options available for bowling to St. Kitts… twitter.com/i/web/status/1… 14 Aug

An analytical preview of Arsenal Vs Manchester City from @PaulCarr of @TruMediaSports. Opener. twitter.com/OptaPro/status… 12 Aug

NEWS: OptaPro and Eredivisie relationship sees all 18 clubs this season able to apply Opta data to inform decision-… twitter.com/i/web/status/1… 10 Aug

BLOG: Ahead of the start of the Premier League season, @PaulCarr explores playing styles in an analytical preview o… twitter.com/i/web/status/1… 10 Aug

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NEWS: John Coulson to feature on sports innovation panel at BT Tower

OptaPro's Head of Professional Football Services to sit on panel of industry experts.
Posted by Ryan Bahia at 00:00
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NEWS: Angus McNab to feature on MIT Sloan Analytics Conference soccer panel

OptaPro's Angus McNab is on the four-person soccer analytics panel at the Sloan Analytics Conference.
Posted by Ryan Bahia at 00:00

NEWS: Opta presenting at Sportdata & Performance Forum in Berlin

Opta will present at this year's Sportdata & Performance Forum.
Posted by Ryan Bahia at 12:15

BLOG: OptaPro Analytics Forum - The judges speak

Ahead of the submission deadline for the OptaPro Analytics Forum on Monday 28th October, we caught up with two of the high-profile judges involved with the event. They tried to help us understand what they hope to see from the submissions when the judging begins in November, as well as at the event itself.
Posted by Simon Farrant at 17:07