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An Alternate Take on the Final

You do not come across them often, but I always find commentaries by former goalkeepers interesting.  So I was glad to happen upon “The Post” today, a blog by a former keeper that is yet another example of the quality of soccer blogging out there.  For example, check out his pre-tournament post on the U.S. left backs and his analysis of today’s Final.  When you’ve had your fill of statistics for the day and want some interesting perspective, I recommend checking out the site.

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  1. Ryan Noel
    June 28, 2009 at 11:08 pm

    Thanks for the mention! I enjoy your statistical analysis quite a bit. Soccer isn’t the easiest sport to statistically judge, but it’s always interesting to see the approaches that different people take.

    I’ll make sure to add your blog to my Blog Roll!

    • Michael
      June 29, 2009 at 8:48 am

      Thanks. While I’ve been surprised the amount of statistics available nowadays, it will get harder now that the tournament’s over. And even with all the information FIFA provided this year, it is still awkward when the stats say that it makes sense to bring in Bornstein as a midfielder.

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