Category Archives: Players

Attack breakdowns: Premier League, 2017/18

Now that we’ve reached the end of the season, I thought it would be interesting to take another look at the club-by-club attack breakdowns. These are explained in detail here, but in summary they are simple scatter graphics that work as follows: Explanation Each graphic shows a club’s main attacking players: those who have: Featured for at least a quarter of

Read more

Squad age profiles: Premier League, 2017/18

Continuing today’s onslaught of end-of-season graphics for the Premier League, here’s an updated version of the squad age profile graphic. These are intended to give a quick visual overview of the age of players that each club has fielded in league matches using a technique very similar to “population pyramid” graphs, although I’ll freely admit that they’ve come out with shades

Read more

Attack breakdowns: Championship, 2017/18

Now that we’ve reached the end of the season, I thought it would be interesting to take another look at the club-by-club attack breakdowns. These are explained in detail here, but in summary they are simple scatter graphics that work as follows: Explanation Each graphic shows a club’s main attacking players: those who have: Featured for at least a quarter of

Read more

Squad age profiles: Championship, 2017/18

Continuing today’s onslaught of end-of-season graphics for the Championship, here’s an updated version of the squad age profile graphic. These are intended to give a quick visual overview of the age of players that each club has fielded in league matches using a technique very similar to “population pyramid” graphs, although I’ll freely admit that they’ve come out with shades of

Read more

Squad age profiles: League 1, 2017/18

Continuing today’s onslaught of end-of-season graphics for League 1, here’s an updated version of the squad age profile graphic. These are intended to give a quick visual overview of the age of players that each club has fielded in league matches using a technique very similar to “population pyramid” graphs, although I’ll freely admit that they’ve come out with shades of

Read more
« Older Entries