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Four years ago I wrote a post on inflation-adjusted front-office efficiencies in Major League Soccer. Looking back at the post, I was moving in the right direction with the analysis, but I believe that it’s better to compare seasonal performances instead of averages. In this post I present data for standardized front-office efficiency in the […]
In the previous post I presented the latest version of the Front-Office Efficiency metric. I use that updated metric to revise that infographic that I created for the 2014 Major League Soccer season. The figure looks similar to the previous Front-Office Efficiency infographic with some important differences. Because the offset payroll and performance values have […]
As you’ve probably noticed, I’ve been quiet for much of the month of March. I’ve had some other events going on in my life (new day job, mostly), but I’ve been spending most of my time working on improvements to the Major League Soccer Front-Office Efficiency metric. In particular, I’ve been working on sourcing and […]
Major League Soccer’s 20th season kicks off later tonight, so in advance of the new season I present projections for all twenty teams in the regular season. I thank Aaron Nielsen for his work in creating expected goal statistics for all of the MLS sides and for his permission in allowing me to use these […]
The Soccer Analytics panel at the 2015 MIT Sloan Sports Analytics Conference was not a waste of attendee’s time and I hope that future panels follow this year’s example. On the panel were the following: Michael Niemeyer (analysis coach for first and youth teams, FC Bayern Munich), Angus McNab (Opta Sports/PERFORM Group), Ravi Ramineni (performance […]