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Last season I wrote a few articles on referee performance metrics in Argentina’s Primera División. This season I present the same thing for the first half of the re-branded Superliga.The referee-associated metrics that I have collected for each match include yellow/red cards, penalties given, time added on at end of first and second halves, mean […]
The 2017/18 Argentine Superliga is now in its summer/holiday break, which is much shorter than the summer breaks in the past. (The league competition restarts on January 28.) It’s a convenient moment to take a look at the performance of the managers in the current tournament.There have been 41 different managers in the Superliga, of […]
The 2017 Major League Soccer regular season ended six weeks ago (and the playoffs ended this past weekend!), so it’s time for a new edition of the Front-Office Efficiency table. As was the case last year, this table is displayed as an infographic on the Soccermetrics SlideShare page and as twenty-two individual panels on the Soccermetrics […]
In my previous post on Mexico’s playoff system (the Liguilla), I wrote about the percentage of playoff seeds that advanced to the latter stages of the tournament as a function of the criteria for deciding series winners. In this post I’ll analyze the effect of the first-leg result — and the playoff format — on […]
I’ve written about the two-leg format for knockout/playoff matches in soccer on multiple occasions. Most of my writing has focused on the UEFA Champions League and Major League Soccer, but in this post I’ll write about a North American domestic league that has a long experience with playoffs and the two-leg system: the Mexican League. […]