The firing of AVB (in graph form)

As with the weekend post on Steve Clarke I haven’t got the time right now to put anything in detail, so I’ll just post three plots and you can take from those what you will. I will add that a combination of your teams worst ten game stretch of TSR over the past two seasons combined with a PDO of 780 over that span is a pretty deadly combination for any manager.

AVB pts

For an explanation of what TSR is and why it’s useful click any one of these links.

AVB TSR

For a primer on PDO see here. For an explanation of its use see here and here.

AVB PDO

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One thought on “The firing of AVB (in graph form)

  1. James

    Sacking very harse IMO since Spurs have a TSR of around 0.613 (3rd highest).

    I also calculated their QTSR as 0.604 (2nd highest). Is this right formula – (TSR/avg TSR of all opposition played)/0.5

    Also, your TSR moving average seems very low based on previous 10 TSRs.

    Keep the posts coming.

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