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City to continue to use Prozone for 2008/09

City to continue to use Prozone for 2008/09

Bristol City have extended their association with ProZone to cover all of the 2008-09 season, using MatchViewer to provide them with detailed post-match analysis and opposition scouting.




First Team Coach Keith Millen praised the system for its important role this year: 'ProZone has been a fantastic tool for us this season and has really enabled us to improve our objective assessment of forthcoming opponents and our own players. Without a full-time performance analyst at our disposal, the coaching staff have actually been using the software ourselves and we've found it really easy to use in the feedback process. We're delighted to have already signed next year's agreement and we're confident of being able to extract even more value from ProZone next season.'

All clubs promoted from the Championship - West Bromwich Albion, Stoke City and Hull City - used ProZone during their successful campaigns last season.




http://www.prozonesports.com/









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Writer:CiderJar
Date:Saturday June 7 2008
Time: 5:51AM

Comments

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Hope you keep your side together and kick on next year
codbater
07/06/2008 20:19:00
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I'll echo that coddy. for just a second i thought it said prozac. quite depressing really!!!!
C T E
10/06/2008 11:39:00
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Question ?????? Did prozone hilight the threat of oap Dean Windas???????? Not being funny .....Just a serious question from an Ipswich Town fan watching from the sidelines..
quietman
11/06/2008 00:02:00
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Answer!!!!!!! I would guess it did quietman, but it wouldn't have been able to account for a concussed right back and a midfield and central defence coving. It also didn't account for the speed at which Bristol City were caught on the break A bit like happened 6 times at Portman Road. It probably did account for the fact that Hull were the better side on the day. That one move was worth £60 million to Hull City, I'm not sure if they were on Prozone but Dean Windass was probably on Prozac!!!!!!!
CiderJar
11/06/2008 06:00:00
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I thought Dean Windass was on Pie zone? If the picture above is anything to go by how the hell do you understand that?!?!
dazza71
15/06/2008 08:07:00
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Simple dazza71 - it wasn't me, it was Magic Johnson (or more likely Keith Millen). I'm just a fan, like you.
CiderJar
16/06/2008 05:34:00
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