Read Dan Altman's latest data analyses for The New Yorker on soccer and other topics
Dan Altman writes in the Financial Times to correct its analysis of wages and league positions
The Telegraph (United Kingdom) cites Dan Altman's work on substitutions in soccer
NYA releases a series of short videos on YouTube about the basics of soccer analytics
Las Ultimas Noticias (Chile) interviews Dan Altman on the value of young soccer players
Dan Altman is quoted in Quartz on potential top scorers in the 2014 World Cup
Dan Altman is quoted in The Economist on the link between pay and performance in English soccer
John McDuling of Quartz interviews Dan Altman on the state of analytics in soccer
Dan Altman's articles for Bloomberg Sports StatsInsights on the performance of professional soccer players and clubs
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