As a follow-up to our previous study into LA Galaxy's goalkeepers in the 2016 MLS regular season, we now use our bespoke data collection to analyse their opposition goalkeepers during the same matches.
In the next part of our series analysing LA Galaxy in the 2016 MLS campaign, we look at another aspect of our bespoke data collection to study their performance, this time with a focus on their goalkeepers.
As we continue our analysis of LA Galaxy, we turn our attention to the performance of the club's three designated players in the 2016 MLS season - Giovani dos Santos, Steven Gerrard and Robbie Keane.
Using data collected during the 2016 MLS regular season, we have analysed patterns in LA Galaxy's play. In this piece, we focus on chance creation both on an individual and team basis, and also investigate how Galaxy's approach differs depending on the game state.
The use of video technology has been an increasingly significant aspect of sport for a number of years now, with opinion divided on whether or not it improves the spectacle for fans. TSZ looks at the evolution of video technology, and how it's applied in various sports.
With a majority of club football in Europe finished for the summer, we turn our attention to the MLS to see who are the doing the best with the money they have.
Away teams travel much further than their European counterparts for away games, TSZ looks at whether this contributes to the MLS's extraordinary home record.
With teams travelling some 5,000km from one coast of the States to the other, we look at how this impacts results in MLS and whether the schedule can benefit certain teams especially with midweek rounds of matches like this week.
As more and more big name players arrive in Major League Soccer, we look at whether the MLS is paying too much for players past their prime.
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