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Interesting news from OptaPro — Opta Sports’ professional services arm — that player tracking data from English Premier League matches will be made available to successful proposals to their Analytics Forum next year. The data comes from Opta’s partner Tracab, which uses their image-tracking technology to generate 3D sports data for media customers (they are […]
If you’ve been following Soccermetrics on Twitter this week, you would have seen infographics on the Front-Office Efficiencies of all nineteen Major League Soccer teams. You could have worked out the ranking yourself, but if not, below is the full infographic for posterity. For those who want to understand how I did it, here is […]
If you’ve been following me on Twitter (and you really should), I’ve been posting graphics of MLS Front-Office Efficiency figures for every club in the league. I have made major changes to the formulation this year, and at any rate there are newcomers to this site all the time, so I will present Version 3 […]
I have been attending the MIT Sloan Sports Analytics Conference since 2010, right at the time that the Conference was transitioning from an intimate meeting of professional sports insiders and academics to a slick and polished cultural event. As happens every year at this time, I receive notifications from the organizers of the conference that encourage […]
I’ve been working on front-office efficiency figures for Major League Soccer in 2014, and while I’ve been putting those results together I wanted to see what kind of information could be shown with the data that I have. One idea that came to mind was to take minutes played data of MLS players in the […]