In football, not everything is invented, and even less so in the United Kingdom, the continental center of business, where a lot of inside information is handled in private circuits to make money. There are already several clubs that have incorporated the latest technological advances into their structures, but the most effective and surprising is the Brighton & Hove Albionthanks to a sophisticated player statistical information software, owned by its president and owner, Tony Bloom. He is now a model to imitate, since thanks to him, the Brighton It gets a lot of performance from unknown players, signed for its good data and performance algorithms. The last to stand at the American Express Stadium was the German striker of Turkish origin Deniz Undav.
Signed from the club-subsidiary of Brightonthe Belgian Royale Union Saint Gilloise, also owned by blooming, Undav He has already revealed himself as a good finisher and scored two goals in the 6-0 goal that endorsed the club from the English south coast. wolverhampton last Saturday. Exploding in a club under his control, the Brighton He followed the player closely, reviewing his data and progress, until he signed him in 2022. Club timeshare has its advantages and Bloom is making the most of them. But there are other owners, such as Matthew Benham within Brentfordto imitate the Brighton & Hove Albion as another effective management model, through artificial intelligence applied to sport and Big Data, with connections to midtjylland Danish. This is also one of the revelations this year in the Premier.
Deniz Undav It was not a risky bet for him. Brighton from Italian By Zerbi, although just two years ago he was playing in the third tier of German football. In the Belgian league, the player of Turkish origin, nationalized German, added 59 goals and 16 assists in 56 games, which became the key to the European classification of the Belgian team.
What he is doing now with the ‘seagulls’ has been predicted by software and information algorithms. As usual, this happened to many players from the extensive list managed by the club on five continents. Thanks to their rapid performance and growth in the Premier League, some of them have tripled their market value, as in the case of the Ecuadorian Caicedothe Argentinian McAllisterJapanese people myththe Paraguayan Enciso, the Irish Ferguson, the German Gross or the English March. Not to mention the Belgian Trossardrecently transferred to Arsenal for 27 million euros.
In his leading role in recent games, Undav joined the list, to the envy of big clubs like Chelsea, who signed the best without getting any immediate returns. The privileged software owned by Starlizard company of Tony Bloombased in Camden, dominates the betting market in the United Kingdom and, although it also suffers from some mistakes in the transfers of elite football players, there are many more successes, with great financial returns.
Basically, the tycoon of Brighton & Hove Albionthe club of his childhood, has a juicy structural business model, which also reports to Brighton the right strategy to surprise the so-called ‘Big Six’ in the market, England’s six greats. This year he is competing very head-on and he is just amazing.
Source: La Verdad
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