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Conference Premier 2013/14 – Attack & Defence Graphics

Conference Premier 2013/14 – Attack & Defence Graphics

I thought I’d resurrect an old tradition of using our attack and defence graphics to compare each club’s performance, starting with the Skrill Premier. If you haven’t seen these before, here’s a quick summary of how they work: They show the quantity of shots per match on the horizontal and the quality (based on how many shots it … Continue reading

Interactive attack & defence graphics

Interactive attack & defence graphics

My attack and defence effectiveness graphics have been migrated to MatchStory: the Press Association’s new team for innovating with football data. There are now interactive versions for: English Premier League, Championship, League 1, League 2 and Conference Premier Scottish Premier League, Championship, League 1, League 2 German Bundesliga Spanish La Liga Italian Serie A French … Continue reading

An early look at the ‘big five’ European divisions

An early look at the ‘big five’ European divisions

There have been just about enough matches played across the ‘big five’ leagues to justify having a quick look at how they’re attacking and defending using my surely-by-now-famous scatter graphics, which are explained here. I’ve been tweeting out individual league graphics, which I’ll link to below first of all: English Premier division: Attacking & Defending German Bundesliga: Attacking & Defending … Continue reading

Skrill Premier: 12 games in

Skrill Premier: 12 games in

We’re now 12 matches into the Skrill Premier so it’s probably time for another glance at how the division’s teams are performing. I’ll show both of the graphics (which can be clicked on to bring up bigger versions) and then take a team-by-team canter through their performances, using last season’s charts for reference. Attacking Defending Club-by-club … Continue reading

An early look at Football League attack and defence

An early look at Football League attack and defence

It’s probably just about worth taking a look at the individual Football League divisions to see how things are shaping up, although it’s still pretty early in the season and the luck of the fixture list is still playing a part in how individual clubs have performed so far. I’d resist drawing any conclusions until … Continue reading

Non-league – visual 2012/13 season summaries

I’m on holiday at the moment and therefore only catching up intermittently with football news, but one pleasing item to eventually catch my eye was BT Sport’s agreement to screen some Conference games next season. It reminded me that I hadn’t published final versions of the non-league visualisations for 2012/13, and as I’ve missed blogging … Continue reading

Championship – attack and defence 2012/13

Championship – attack and defence 2012/13

As for Leagues 1 and 2 earlier, here are the final attack and defence graphics for the Championship. Click on each to bring up full sized versions in separate tabs and the Explanations link above will be useful if you’ve not seen these before. Attack The noticeably negative goal differences of Huddersfield and Ipswich are less mysterious … Continue reading

League 1 – attack and defence 2012/13

League 1 – attack and defence 2012/13

As for League 2 earlier, here are the final attack and defence graphics for League 1. Click on each to bring up full sized versions in separate tabs and the Explanations link above will be useful if you’ve not seen these before. Attack Champions Doncaster and play-off winners Yeovil had the most clinical attacks in … Continue reading

League 2 – attack and defence 2012/13

League 2 – attack and defence 2012/13

Over the coming days I’ll be producing final versions of as many graphics as possible for the season, starting here with League 2. While it’s yet to be decided in what capacity this blog will exist next season, these are my all-time favourite creation and I’m determined that they will continue to exist. If you … Continue reading