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In today's second presentation, Steven Houston shares insights and lessons from his time at both HSV and Chelsea. H…… 28 minutes ago

In the opening presentation, Elliott Williams (recruitment analyst, Brighton and Hove Albion) provides examples of…… 1 hours ago

Philipp Obloch (OptaPro Lead, Northern Europe) gets the #OptaProKonferenz underway. Welcome. 1 hours ago

Today sees the second #OptaProKonferenz take place. Return. 3 hours ago

Final preparations are being made ahead of tomorrow's #OptaProKonferenz in Cologne. Alaaf. 21 hours ago

.@LukeBornn (VP, Analytics and Strategy, Sacramento Kings) delivered the guest talk at the 2018 #OptaProForum. Watc…… 20 Mar

WATCH: @LukeBornn delivers the guest talk at the 2018 #OptaProForum. Keynote.… 20 Mar

Die OptaPro Konferenz geht in Deutschland in die zweite Runde #OptaProKonferenz. Namenssch…… 14 Mar

NEWS: OptaPro to return to Germany to host its second #OptaProKonferenz. Namensschilder. 14 Mar

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NEWS: PERFORM announces proposed acquisition of Opta

Acquisition would create a leading player in the provision of sports data to the media and bookmaker sectors
Posted by Opta at 07:00

BLOG: Pochettino’s pressure

How Mauricio Pochettino changed Southampton's style of play.
Posted by Sam Green at 12:20

GUEST BLOG: Shooting activity - the most is not always the best

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.

BLOG: La Liga bias

How do passing games differ in England and Spain?
Posted by Devin Pleuler at 10:37

NEWS: 'The Numbers Game' launch event

News about the launch event for Chris Anderson and David Sally's book, 'The Numbers Game'.
Posted by Simon Farrant at 11:23