Can Jozy Altidore bring Toronto to the Playoffs?

I'll try to offer some thoughts on this a bit later but to first understand a possible answer to this question I felt it worthy to conduct a compare and contrast between two teams -  (LA Galaxy and Toronto FC). To begin; here's a reminder on how these two teams finished in the Composite Possession... Continue Reading →

Chelsea sits atop… Saints continue to March…

For most, the stunning team this year continues to be Southampton - worthy view as the Saints continue to march towards Europe. I'm not on their bandwagon yet as nearly half the season remains - but if they keep up their team performances, as they have the first 21 games, it is likely they squeeze... Continue Reading →

Getting More from Less… Major League Soccer

If you've read my previous article on Expected Wins 4 (Is European Football Really Higher Quality than Major League Soccer) you'll know that there are teams out there who can, and do win, 'without' exceeding 50% possession. In my next evolution of analysis, using the Family of Possession with Purpose Indicators on Major League Soccer, here's some... Continue Reading →

Expected Wins 4

Republication/update:  My intent, this past year, was to update my series on Expected Wins, with EW-5 - that has changed.  After conducting research and analyses, and seeing my work published in London, England I've decided to rename this series Expected Losses instead of Expected Wins. Why, because my data analyses is beginning to show it's easier... Continue Reading →

Road Warriors – Seattle Sounders

The Seattle Sounders have one of the most advanced statistics programs in Major League Soccer.  And while I don't have a specific gauge that tracks the effectiveness and efficiency of their statistical analysis it's a good bet their approach has had some level of influence in how their organization performed this year. NOTE: Given recent... Continue Reading →

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