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Bradley leads in Hexagonal player ratings
October 18th, 2013 12:59AM
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[USA MEN] Jurgen Klinsmann used 33 players in the Hexagonal. Based on each game's Soccer America Report Card, Michael Bradley was the highest-rated player, one of five players who played in at least half of the games and averaged 6.0 or higher. For how the players in the Hexagonal.

Team Ratings:
AVG. GAME
4.45 Honduras-USA (2-1): Report Card
6.55 USA-Costa Rica (1-0): Report Card
5.55 Mexico-USA (0-0): Report Card
6.36 Jamaica-USA (1-2): Report Card
6.91 USA-Panama (2-0): Report Card
6.27 USA-Honduras (1-0): Report Card
4.91 Costa Rica-USA (3-1): Report Card
6.36 USA-Mexico (2-0): Report Card
4.91 USA-Jamaica (2-0): Report Card
4.82 Panama-USA (3-2): Report Card
Note: Starting XI average.

Goalkeepers Ratings:
AVG. PLAYER (GAMES)
6.33 Brad Guzan (3 games played)
6.00 Tim Howard (7 games played)

Defenders Ratings:
AVG. PLAYER (GAMES)
6.17 Matt Besler (6 games played)
6.13 Omar Gonzalez (8 games played)
6.00 Clarence Goodson (3 games played)
5.50 Geoff Cameron (8 games played)
(four games played as midfielder.)
5.40 Brad Evans (5 games played)
5.33 Edgar Castillo (4 games played-3 rated)
(two games played as midfielder.)
5.29 DaMarcus Beasley (7 games played)
3.50 Michael Orozco (2 games played)
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6.00 Michael Parkhurst (1 game played)
3.00 Timmy Chandler (1 game played)

Midfielders Ratings:
AVG. PLAYER (GAMES)
6.67 Michael Bradley (6 games played)
6.00 Kyle Beckerman (3 games played-2 games rated)
5.83 Fabian Johnson (6 games played)
(Three games played as defender.)
5.71 Jermaine Jones (7 games played)
5.67 Alejandro Bedoya (3 games played)
5.67 Landon Donovan (3 games played)
(One game played as forward.)
5.63 Graham Zusi (9 games played-8 games rated)
5.33 Brad Davis (4 games-3 rated)
5.14 Eddie Johnson (8 games played-7 rated)
(Two games played as forward.)
5.00 Mix Diskerud (3 games played)
4.67 Sacha Kljestan (3 games played)
4.50 Maurice Edu (3 games played-2 rated)
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4.00 Danny Williams (1 game played)
nr Brek Shea (1 game played-0 rated)
nr Joe Corona (1 game played-0 rated)
nr Stuart Holden (1 game played-0 rated)

Forwards Ratings:
AVG. PLAYER (GAMES)
6.13 Clint Dempsey (8 games played)
5.67 Jozy Altidore (9 games played)
5.00 Herculez Gomez (2 games played)
4.50 Aron Johannsson (3 games played-2 rated)
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5.00 Terrence Boyd (1 game played)


2 comments
  1. I w Nowozeniuk
    commented on: October 18, 2013 at 9:55 a.m.
    Nice stats; but what about a 'team-stat' which is more relative; taking into consideration percentage of passes completed, giveaways, bad decisions, outlet passes, pressure success, etc.
  1. Tony Marturano
    commented on: October 18, 2013 at 1:47 p.m.
    But ... while the team stats can be used to compare the chemistry of one team selection to another team selection, the individual stats can be used to compare one player to another ... over a range of games ... to try to prepare a ranking of players by position in order to generate one team selection - or alternate team selections.

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