Thursday, June 6, 2019

The Ernst Tanner Event, Philly NPS


Continuing onward with applying a retail industry metric called Net Promoter Score to MLS players and teams - here is how the surprisingly 1st place in the east Philadelphia Union look.

NPS SCORE : PLAYER NAME

+75 : Jamiro Monteiro
+67 : Kacper Przybylko

+50 : Carlos
+50 : Haris Medunjanin
+50 : Jack Elliott
+50 : Kai Wagner

+47 : Auston Trusty
+38 : Ilsinho
+33 : Matt Freese
+33 : Olivier Mbaizo
+31 : Raymon Gaddis
+25 : Alejandro Bedoya
+14 : Cory Burke
+13 : Fabrice-Jean Picault
+13 : Marco Fabian
+7 : Brenden Aaronson

0 : Andre Blake
0 : Anthony Fontana
0 : David Accam
0 : Mark McKenzie

-17 : Warren Creavalle
-25 : Sergio Santos
-50 : Derrick Jones
-100 : Michee Ngalina

(+100 : Aurélien Collin - only 1 appearance)

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No question that Philly is born again under Sporting Director Ernst Tanner. He as reshaped this team since he joined about a year ago. Highlighted above are some of the players he has brought in. It's incredible when you look at it in comparison to Columbus. Tanner has brought in, arguably, 4 players of Pedro Santos' quality. Both Monteiro and Przybylko are ranked in WhoScored.com's top 10. It's remarkable what Tanner has done.

You'll notice the spaces in between some of the names. It is in regards to this NPS retail metric. Once products start hitting +50 it means they are doing ok. +60 is getting even better and so on.

Like I've mentioned in previous posts, you want to look at the players that are performing badly in games. Philly has just four. Same with LAFC. Columbus has 10 players having more poor games than good. More than double.

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