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May 26, 2021. / Carl Carpenter. This is the second of a series of biweekly articles on American Soccer Analysis analyzing interesting tidbits across the season - both at a team and individual level. As the season continues to heat up, these articles will come at all angles of the game: tactical information, fascinating data quirks, and as well ...
In addition to his analysis for ASA, he is a credentialed media member covering the San Jose Earthquakes. Jamon can be contacted via Twitter, and club analysts and executives can connect with Jamon on LinkedIn. About Carlon Carpenter. Carlon is the current Tactical & Video Analyst for StatsBomb, one of the largest soccer data companies in ...
Future Analysis. Please follow American Soccer Analysis, Jamon Moore, and Carl Carpenter on Twitter for future work on this project. Here are some of the things you can look forward in 2021: For coaches. Deep dive on Progressive Pass types and when to use each of them
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Data Courtesy of American Soccer Analysis, Whoscored, and Statsbomb via @GalindoPW on Twitter. Gauld generally is above average in the defensive stats and slightly below average in the offensive stats. A big contributing factor in this is that Farense averaged less than 45% possession in the 20/21 Portuguese season.
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american soccer analysis’s new goals added model values every on-ball action in terms of goals. here, it uses context to estimate the value of seattle’s possession before nicolas lodeiro’s switch as (1.5% chance of scoring) - (1.3% chance of conceding) = 0.002 goals and afterward as 3.1% - 1.0% = 0.021.