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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

The most probable result - @GarryGelade shares an intuitive way of showcasing expected goals data from a single mat…… 13 Mar

.@Worville completes the second analysis in this two-part series focusing on Son Heung-min. This article focuses on…… 9 Mar

BLOG: @Worville uses Opta data to analyse the early phase of Son Heung-min’s career, focusing on his time in German…… 8 Mar

BLOG: Part 2/2 - @Worville follows up this analysis by exploring Son Heung-min’s early playing career in Germany.…… 8 Mar

BLOG: Head of OptaPro @BenMackriell shares his thoughts on #SSAC18. Cheers. 7 Mar

A Q&A with @NYAsports following the launch of their football analytics fellowship scheme (deadline for applications…… 5 Mar

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NEWS OptaPro to attend 3rd Annual Football Analytics and Performance Summit

OptaPro will be attending the 3rd Annual Football Analytics and Performance Summit in Amsterdam, Netherlands from the 7th – 8th of September. The event will look at the latest trends in football performance and video analysis as well as the most successful strategies for implementing analytics in the modern game.
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FILM: West Ham United present at the OptaPro German Conference

Rory Campbell, head of technical analysis at West Ham, presents at the OptaPro Conference in Germany.
Posted by Ryan Bahia at 00:00

BLOG: The art of crossing

Garry Gelade provides a written version of his 2017 OptaPro Analytics Forum presentation.
Posted by Garry Gelade at 00:00

Film: Reading FC present at the OptaPro German Conference

Jason Lawson, head of recruitment and analysis at Reading FC, delivers a presentation on his club's approach to opposition scouting and analysis.
Posted by Ryan Bahia at 00:00

BLOG: Expected assists in context

Tom Worville introduces the expected assists model and how the models helps to better quantify creativity.
Posted by Tom Worville at 00:00