Tuesday July 9, 2013
Some possessions are meandering treatises on the premise of slowly coaxing the opposition out of a disciplined shape. Other possessions are break-neck attempts to exploit a fleeting weakness. The rest of possessions reside in a limbo between these two extremes; not so fast that you're tripping over your own feet, but fast enough that you can still exploit open space. In this article, we will dig into this middling rate of play.
Wednesday July 3, 2013
Acquisition would create a leading player in the provision of sports data to the media and bookmaker sectors
Friday June 21, 2013
How Mauricio Pochettino changed Southampton's style of play.
Thursday June 13, 2013
Following on the insightful Sam Green analysis on shooting, this paper investigates shooting attempts at big-5 league level since 2009/10. The goal is to determine to what extent shots and goals are correlated to club results in each of the five major European leagues over the four last seasons.
Thursday May 23, 2013
How do passing games differ in England and Spain?