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River Plate pre-kickoff photo, Argentine Superliga 2018/19. One question that pops up from time to time in football punditry is the following: How often does a manager’s preferred eleven appear on the field? It may take a while for that preferred eleven to reveal itself, but the idea is that once it is known, it […]
Racing Club are the new champions of the Argentine Superliga, and have returned to the summit after winning the Primera División four years ago. Like outgoing champions Boca Juniors, Racing were never headed in the league table after the very early rounds. Unlike Boca, they faced a challenger who applied increasing amounts of pressure until […]
Last weekend, I attended the Carolina Sports Analytics Meeting at Furman University, and I had to pleasure of being one of the oral presenters at the conference. The meeting has a history that goes back more than a decade, but has been revived in the last two or three years after taking a hiatus. Most […]
I have attended the MIT Sloan Sports Analytics Conference (SSAC) since 2010. I’ve witnessed the growth of the conference from a one-day intersection of nerds, jocks, and suits that was just approaching critical mass to the slickly polished two-day sports conference behemoth that now gets visited by a former President of the United States of […]
As Superliga Argentina returns to competition from its summer break, who were — statistically — the best goalkeepers in terms of actual and expected saves and goals allowed? For this analysis I consider all goalkeepers who appeared in a minimum of 630 minutes in the league, or seven full matches. Goalkeepers in general play a […]