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Passing accuracy at #SWFC since Jos took over

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This statistic alone has got to have improved immensely since Jos took over Sheffield Wednesday

Foresteri today - 87%
Boyd today - 80%

Am pretty sure Pelupessy wil be right up there too

Amazing stuff. Jos is doing a right job here isnt' he?

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This is a pretty weird statistic to focus on.

 

When we last played reading, Hooper had a passing accuracy of 93% and David Jones (!) had 93% too.

 

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The more important fact is that this time we smashed 3 goals past them; last time it was 0-0.

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7 minutes ago, leono said:

This is a pretty weird statistic to focus on.


I think it's something that is visibly more effective since Jos came in 

Every game you can see it in action


 


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1 hour ago, @owlstalk said:

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This statistic alone has got to have improved immensely since Jos took over Sheffield Wednesday

Foresteri today - 87%
Boyd today - 80%

Am pretty sure Pelupessy wil be right up there too

Amazing stuff. Jos is doing a right job here isnt' he?

Pelupessy is a mile off a quality championship player no argument.

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19 minutes ago, Pale Rider said:

Pelupessy is a mile off a quality championship player no argument.

 

 

Bit harsh, i think he's improving all the time.

I'd give him at least a solid 6 today, poss a 7.

Won the ball a lot and gave it to BB or Reach.

That's his main  job isn't it?

 

Sammi Pelupessy!

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24 minutes ago, Pale Rider said:

Pelupessy is a mile off a quality championship player no argument.

 

I think he's been decent these last 7 games.

 

He did need to improve, mind, as after his first 10 games or so I really wasn't at all impressed.

 

Helps him being alongside Bannan I reckon.

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4 hours ago, Pale Rider said:

Pelupessy is a mile off a quality championship player no argument.

 

Brilliant - real tomato tomato stuff 

 

I thought Joey was excellent today, I don't think he made a single mistake or misplaced a single pass today. Felt that provided a critical component of an all round winning team performance. 

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Weren't most of our backwards passes accurate under Carlos?

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8 hours ago, leono said:

When we last played reading, Hooper had a passing accuracy of 93% and David Jones (!) had 93% too.

 

Jones is always a really steady passer - he may not always move it forward in a massively meaningful way, but you never really worry about him failing to hit the nearest man.

 

Hooper is such a canny player that i wouldn't trust a single stat about him (17 touches versues Jones 54 in your quoted stats alone! I know he was sub, but still...). He can go missing for 80min, score twice, nail 100% of his four passes and be MOM all in the same game. Love him, proper fox in (and out of) the box.

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14 hours ago, leono said:

This is a pretty weird statistic to focus on.

 

When we last played reading, Hooper had a passing accuracy of 93% and David Jones (!) had 93% too.

 

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The more important fact is that this time we smashed 3 goals past them; last time it was 0-0.

That last league match against Reading is probably one of the most boring football matches I’ve ever seen.

 

It was very much a typical Carlos Carvalhal team performance.

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It’s nice an’ all that, but pass completion percentages don’t mean that much without context and they were probably inflated slightly against 10 men in the latter stages. It’d be interesting to look at key passes, or passes competed in the final third, etc, to judge Jos on if and how we’re using the ball better. 

 

2nd half yesterday definitely seemed to have more thrust though and lately we’ve not been lacking in front of goal. So something’s working. True litmus test will be the start of next season with (touch wood) a fully fit squad.

 

Inflated, thrust & wood in the same post. I need a cold shower.

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