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When I first wrote about expected goals a few months ago, I said that the idea of expectation had spread into analysis of other plays and events in a football game — assists, passes, penalty kicks, even defensive movements. In this post I’m going to write about statistical expectations at the #1 position: expected goalkeeper […]
In addition to expected goals, passing network analysis has become a key element in soccer analytics. I’ve written about network analysis in a couple of Paper Discussions, but haven’t gotten around to exploring the concepts on data from a football competition. I’ll start now with an analysis of which players were most influential in the […]
At the midpoint of the 2016-17 Argentine Primera División season, I conducted an analysis of the refereeing performance in the competition that focused more on match management — time added on, time between stoppages, and effective time. At the conclusion of the season, I return to this analysis and include a few metrics that the […]
Last night, I tweeted a teaser for this post that said that the median effective playing time in Argentina’s Primera División matches is in the vicinity of 48 minutes, which is very low for a domestic football competition: Por mis cálculos, la mediana del tiempo efectivo de juego en 1ra División Argentina 16/17 se queda […]
Cuándo pensaba en escribir una nota acerca del rendimiento de los directores técnico en la Primera Argentina, tenía planeado destacar la hazaña de Sebastián Beccacece, anteriormente de Defensa y Justicia y ahora entre los integrantes de la Selección Argentina. Sigo con esos planes, pero al ver los datos del campeonato hay que destacar también el […]