UEFA Champions League – Some great games coming!!!

The greatest professional team soccer competition continues... But before digging into the Possession with Purpose Family of Indices some general news for consideration. As the PWP Indices have shown such a strong correlation/relationship to the league tables without using points earned, in ALL competitions measured, I want to try a create a quantifiable way to... Continue Reading →

Valencia – Formula Won… La Liga

Most of the Headlines speak to the Real Madrid victory over the vaunted Barcelona; mine obviously don't.   For me Valencia is showing strong, and in my view, seems to have struck a great balance in attack and defense as they continues to impress.  And even though this early season run of form  might not... Continue Reading →

UEFA Champions League – Bundesliga Throws down the Guantlet

FC Bayern Munchen and Borussia Dortmund take a big leap in working towards the knockout stages as each sit on six points, along with Real Madrid. Others falling in line for a push into the knockout stages include Roma, Chelsea, Monaco, Paris Saint Germain (stunner that was), Zenit St. Petersburg and FC Porto. In seeing... Continue Reading →

La Liga…. Thru Week 6; Establishing a stronger position or early signs of fading away?

Being mid-table - a glass half-full - or a glass half-empty? Still just six weeks in, but there are trends that can be offered with six games, so for this week's focus I'll look in on Rayo Vallecano, Almeria (who I looked at in Week 3 also), and Granada. Respectively those teams are 9th, 10th,... Continue Reading →

La Liga – Week 2 – Who’s going to keep up with Barcelona?

Even when it's early days there are just some things that already make themselves clear - Barcelona are the team to beat in La Liga. I'm sure FC Bayern would like that simplicity in the Bundesliga but not so... How many pretenders are contenders in the English Premier League is also another story... but Chelsea... Continue Reading →

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