Monthly Archives: March 2015
It’s Part 2 of Chris Turner’s brilliant Moneyball experiment with the less-than-brilliant Welling United.
A quick couple of links for recent FM content elsewhere
Following on from the popularity of the Moneyball series, PNIG is delighted to welcome a new writer, Chris Turner, to the fold with his own take on the subject.
This weekend’s game (21st March) is of huge importance to Southampton. Having earned a very creditable draw away at Chelsea, it is possible to see that their recent slide has been arrested. The visit of Burnley to St Mary’s will certainly test that thesis, as well as being a game with wider implications in the […]
There’s been a huge amount of interest in my new Football manager series for The Set Pieces. If you’ve not caught up with it, you can here under my author page. Essentially, I’ve revisited the Moneyball/Soccernomics theory of football management, and in doing so, taken lowly Bristol City from the lows of League 1 to […]
A quick teaser for my latest piece on Football Manager for The Set Pieces