A number of Prozone college clients enjoyed significant successes recently as conference championships were decided ahead of the start of the NCAA Tournament.
Following on from our recent deals to supply the Saudi Arabian and Qatari National Teams with performance analysis during the Gulf Cup of Nations, we are pleased to announce that we have also agreed contracts to work with the Omani National Team and Qatari broadcaster Al Kass TV throughout the tournament.
Prozone recently reached an agreement with the Saudi Arabian Football Federation (SAFF) to analyse all matches played by the Saudi National Team at the 2014 Gulf Cup of Nations.
The application of data is a frequently discussed feature of coaching in football, but relatively little is made public about the day-to-day demands of the role of the Performance Analyst.
We recently asked Olly Gage, Operations Assistant at the University of Virginia Men’s Soccer program, to give us a day-to-day rundown of a typical week. Offering a great insight into the wide range of tasks that are undertaken by analysts, Olly’s diary shows just how much work goes on behind the scenes to make sure the team is as prepared as possible for every game.
We recently delivered comprehensive performance analysis support to the U.S. Women’s National Team during their successful run to the title of the 2014 CONCACAF Women’s Championship.
No longer the preserve of elite professional clubs, performance analysis is now a regular feature of the coaching process at all levels of football. No better is this illustrated than by the proliferation of analysis in the North American college game.
Prozone tracked its first ever game in Thailand last Sunday as BEC Tero Sasana beat Buriram United in the Thai Premier League (TPL) Toyota League Cup Final played at the Suphachalasai National Stadium in Bangkok.