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FAFI Stats

Guys, continuing from here, I have started charting the performance of each participant from June 2008 onwards.

Update [26 August 2008]: I am regularly updating the statistics to reflect the latest sessions, and adding earlier sessions as well. The stats are now to be found here.

Please bear in mind this is all done in good fun.

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  1. Bret
    Tue 19 August 2008 at 11:09 am

    Woah – this is very neat Demon Dog – kudos for the effort.

    Just a suggestion. As you already have the data in an Excel shaeet – maybe you can make a 2nd slide with just the Win% i.e. Total Wins by Games Played?

    This is quite cool.

  2. rajiv
    Tue 19 August 2008 at 1:25 pm

    There have also been proposals to record goalscorers and assists in each session.

    As long as there are players who are prepared to keep count, it can be included in the session report, or as a response to the session report.

    However, in keeping with FIOFAFI principles, it should be voluntary. If enough people are interested, we can try it out at Bukit Timah campus first.

    Tom, you should be able to put up the stats, and update them from time to time, here.

    I’ll leave this post here, to allow for discussion of the subject.

  3. rajiv
    Sat 23 August 2008 at 11:02 am

    Going over the session reports since July 2008, I noticed that I’m more likely to swap sides if players are late or drop out, which means that results for those sessions are more likely to be discounted. Oh well, it’s all for fun anyway.

  4. rajiv
    Tue 26 August 2008 at 7:42 pm

    Tom, I’ve put the stats up here.

    I’ve put the “win-loss” ratio, and the goal charts, on separate sub-pages.

    You can update the stats on those pages.

    I suggest you change your post above to a more general one describing your parameters, rather than updating the stats here. I’ll keep this post here for discussion of the methodology.

    Discussion of how individuals are performing or other aspects of the stats can be on the Discussion page.

    Have fun!

  5. Yu Teik
    Wed 27 August 2008 at 10:01 pm

    this’ll give us some incentive to go out and score more goals perhaps! or is it more of the ‘W’ and ‘L’ like Mark put it =)

  6. rajiv
    Sun 31 August 2008 at 8:55 pm

    Tom, with 3 or 4 sessions a week, and the prospect of more sessions in the future, I imagine it is or will become a lot of work to update the win-loss ratios to include every session.

    One way round that is to keep the win-loss ratio only for the sessions in the Bukit Timah area.

    I’ve compiled the results for the sessions in the Bukit Timah area after we resumed playing at Bukit Timah campus following the temporary closure of the courts at the end of last year as an Excel document. You can download the document by clicking on the preceding link.

    It includes all sessions for which a result is reported on the blog. Where we sometimes re-organized when we switched from Court 1 to Court 2, I have included it as two separate results rather than ignoring the session altogether.

    You might wish to consider replacing your existing win-loss stats with one made up of these results only (leaving out those from The Cage and Sports Planet @ East Coast).

    Your chart will then cover more the guys you know personally, and with whom you have a more “traditional” rivalry, such as Raj, Ian and Teik.

    It will also be consistent with your goal charts, which only covers sessions in the Bukit Timah area.

    You may also wish to only include those who have played in a certain percentage of the games covered by the stats, for example, at least 20% of the games. This will further aid in keeping your chart manageable.

    To everyone else who has played at a Bukit Timah venue since earlier in the year, you may wish to go through the results listed for you in the Excel document and compare them with the report for each session to make sure your results are correctly recorded.

  7. Mon 1 September 2008 at 12:08 pm

    Sure, Jiv. From the many messages posted here, I think it has been made abundantly clear that we should assume the sessions at The Cage and East Coast to be social events instead of football games.

  8. rajiv
    Mon 1 September 2008 at 12:32 pm

    Tom, don’t forget, I’ve endeavoured to add to all of it a sustainable health and fitness outlook.

  9. rajiv
    Mon 1 September 2008 at 9:38 pm

    And speaking of sustainability ….

  10. rajiv
    Tue 2 September 2008 at 11:56 pm

    Tom, I’ve moved your stats sub-page to “Attendance & Stats”, so it can now be found here. The links above have been changed automatically.

    By the way Tom, if you are seeking real football, why don’t you play 11-a-side games?

  11. rajiv
    Wed 10 September 2008 at 11:55 am

    Tom, your stats haven’t been updated since 26 August, more than 2 weeks now.

  12. rajiv
    Fri 10 October 2008 at 9:04 am

    Tom, it’s now more than 6 weeks since your stats were updated. However, you can now get equivalent stats from the attendance records, which are updated regularly.

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