Barcley’s Premier League Week 26 in Review

The CPWP Predictability Index has been on a pretty good run since starting it up about 3 weeks ago; so if things go well I'd expect about five/six out of eight games being spot on after this weekends games. For now here's what I offered last week followed by the outcome: Aston Villa v Stoke... Continue Reading →

Tough Time for the Toffies

I didn't watch the entire game against West Bromwich Albion today but I did get to see the critical part - the build up to Mirallas missing the Penalty Kick. I'm not sure what a good definition of a teammate is but I'm pretty sure what he showed, in that game, is what a good... Continue Reading →

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 →

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 →

English Premier League – Week 4 – Relegation battle begins…

I've no doubt many of the headlines on the English Premier League this week dig into Manchester United's convincing win over Crystal Palace...   That's probably appropriate for most but I, often times, like to write about the un-obvious. So even though Angel Di Maria looked great - I'd offer he was a stud playing amongst English school... Continue Reading →

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