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Leicester City are the new champions of England by merit of their own high performance and the surprisingly less than expected performance of the usual contenders for the Premier League title. Over the last few months, as Leicester’s title run began to be taken more seriously, there has been some discussion in the press about […]
So much has been written in the last 24 hours about Leicester City’s Premier League title, and yet it doesn’t seem to be enough. This is, plain and simply, the greatest and most amazing achievement that I have ever seen in more than two and a half decades of watching soccer. Not only that, it’s the greatest […]
Sports analytics conferences continue to pop up all over the world. Once such conference that I was made aware of is the Asia-Pacific Sports Analytics Conference that will take place 22 July in Melbourne. According to the official site, the conference is “the premier forum for industry professionals and executives interested in the role of […]
The Pythagorean residual of a team, defined as the difference between its actual and expected point totals given identical goal statistics, is used often to assess roughly its under-performance or over-performance. But can that residual be used to assess managerial performance, too?I’ve looked at Pythagorean tables for the most recent seasons of the English Premier League […]
After a month or three of collecting obscure data, rewriting database code, and making friends (heh), I’ve emerged to write some analytical content. I haven’t come across in-match data from this season (yet), but I decided to start thinking about the Premier League season using one of my favorite high-level tools — the soccer Pythagorean.If you’re […]