51 min

Interview: Jamie Carragher on data & analytics in football & punditry Laptop Gurus

    • Football

Former Liverpool defender turned Sky Sports pundit Jamie Carragher is our guest on the latest episode of Laptop Gurus, providing a fascinating insight into the world of data and analytics from two perspectives.
As one of the most talented defenders of his generation, as well as being a bona fide Anfield legend, Carragher has transferred seamlessly to the world of punditry to become one of the most respected and informative analysts on television. And it's that expertise the 38-cap England international brings to this exclusive chat for Laptop Gurus.
Carragher discusses his own experiences of data and analysis under managers including Rafa Benítez and Brendan Rodgers, how ProZone was used throughout his career, transitioning to the Sky Sports studio, the tools and resources he uses to keep his finger on the pulse of football, the pundits he admires and also wades into the debate about expected goals.
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Former Liverpool defender turned Sky Sports pundit Jamie Carragher is our guest on the latest episode of Laptop Gurus, providing a fascinating insight into the world of data and analytics from two perspectives.
As one of the most talented defenders of his generation, as well as being a bona fide Anfield legend, Carragher has transferred seamlessly to the world of punditry to become one of the most respected and informative analysts on television. And it's that expertise the 38-cap England international brings to this exclusive chat for Laptop Gurus.
Carragher discusses his own experiences of data and analysis under managers including Rafa Benítez and Brendan Rodgers, how ProZone was used throughout his career, transitioning to the Sky Sports studio, the tools and resources he uses to keep his finger on the pulse of football, the pundits he admires and also wades into the debate about expected goals.
To find out more about Twenty3, visit our brand-new website, drop us an email and make sure you're following us on Twitter and LinkedIn.

See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

51 min