A Quick Look at the FAWSL So Far

With the FAWSL starting back after its winter break this weekend it felt a good time to check in with the numbers and see what’s been going on. I did initially want to present this in a better way, but I thought I’d just give a quick rundown of things that have stood out to […]

Can Manchester United Establish Themselves As The 4th Best Team In The FAWSL?

After winning the 2018/19 FA Women’s Championship in incredible fashion, scoring a ridiculous 98 goals in the process, much is expected of Casey Stoney’s Manchester United side in their first FAWSL campaign. Having been dealt a tough hand, playing last year’s top two in their opening two matches, they started with two losses but have […]

More Progressive Passing In The FAWSL And Women’s World Cup

In the last post talking about progressive passing I said once I get over some rustiness I’ll look into fine tuning the method and start looking at some different stuff than just player totals. I’ve found how I can quickly tweak what’s deemed as progressive (rather than making Excel suffer like before) and I’ve had […]

Looking For Progressive Passers In The FAWSL Using StatsBomb Data

Two things I’ve been putting off for a while are taking a look at StatsBomb data and getting into women’s football. This is nothing new for me, I’m often hesitant to take up new things, but I’ve decided that this summer I’m going to use the World Cup as a gateway into women’s football, which […]