During the month of July we have developed new tools at driblabPRO that expand the resources we provide to our clients. Here are the details of the month’s new releases:
Driblab in Italian and German
As it was announced, the platform driblabPRO is now available in the languages of Europe’s top five leagues: Spanish, English, French and, from this month, in German and Italian. Aiming to reach to everyone, we keep to add features to ease our client’s job.
It is also available new metrics from goalkeeper analysis. The last advanced metric we presented is at hand in the scout window. Our users have full availability of the keeper’s information.
View Options for the Roster
New options have opened up when we are trying to assess teams in driblabPRO. For every position, players are classified according to the following criteria.
- Contract-end-View: we distinguish between players that finish their contract in less than a year (red), those who have between 12 and 24 months (orange) and players that have a long current contract.
- Age View: It establishes three age classes; over 29-year players (red), between 24 and 28 (orange), and 23 or younger (green).
- Availability View: Depending on the availability a player has had during the season, will be classified as under 80% of availability (red), from 81% to 90% (orange) or as over 91% of availability (green).
New Advanced Metrics
We have added new metrics to the scout window in driblabPRO for player analysis. From High Turnovers, to participation in important sequences and possessions, and also carries and ball progression.
Free players Filter
A new free players filter is added to our scouting platform. In the Contract End tab, by clicking at Free-Players as done in the GIF, driblabPRO users can scout only through players without club.
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