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I sort of agree
But what it has done is create an industry for people who want to make a living out of football but don't have the skills or qualifications to either play the game or be involved on the coaching side.
There's going to a be a wankathon to rival the kopites if Brentford win promotion.
The joy of football is that it's a simple game.
However, in recent years we have had a growth in the pseudo-science of analytics and associated tactical treatises which have resulted in bollocks articles like this. We've also seen nonsense such as "expected goals", people counting "assists" and s**t like this https://statsbomb.com/2018/11/intro-to-goalkeeper-analysis/
Let's remember that the Oakland A's the team that introduced Moneyball and analytics still hasn't won the World Series.
They've done studies, you know. 60% of the time, it works every time.