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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. […]
[This is the start of a new series on Soccermetrics that I’m calling Data Deep Dives. The idea is to take a featured match for which I have event or positional data and write a match review that incorporates analytics, video clips, and prose. It’s a work in progress as the analyses evolve and expand […]
There have been reports this week from Argentina and here in Atlanta that Newell’s Old Boys defender Franco Escobar could be on his way to MLS side Atlanta United. The reports claim that the negotiations are at varying stages of development, but they all indicate that Escobar is more likely to join the team than […]