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Hi Brian. Thank you for the revisions. To your point about my article: I understand you'd like to see a more pointed argument. I wrote this piece comparing Xavi and Pirlo, and I wanted to give the reader reasons for both. I chose to argue both sides. When there is a question in the headline, isn't OK to do that? Would appreciate some guidance here. Thank you.
Thanks for the edit Brian.
Hey Brian thanks for the edit, I'm glad that one got shot to you. The Immobile stat about % of shots on target was a computation I did by myself based on ESPN stats, should I link that?
Hey, Brian, thanks for the look-over. I might make a few quick retouches. ESPN does list 32 total goals for Vidal since he came to Juve, but one of the tournaments listed is that Guinness-sponsored US tour this year, which is basically a bunch of friendlies, and I specifically mentioned OFFICIAL competitions in that sentence.
As for the pass attempts rate, that all comes from WhoScored. I basically took the average pass attempts listed on WhoScored for all of the players and computed the percent increase that Vidal's number was against the other three. Should I figure out a way to link in the WhoScored pages of the other three players?
Also, are you going to be at Legends today?
Thanks for the feedback, Brian, particularly on the hyphen question, I wasn't quite sure on them.
Thanks for the feedback and edit!
Thanks for the edits and feedback, Brian. Glad you enjoyed it.
Thanks for reading over my article today Brian. Appreciate the detailed feedback.
Thanks for the edits on my article, Brian! I really appreciate how thorough you were with it; it looks a lot better now.
Nice pointer on using the comman to split sentences with difference subjects.
Wasn't too aware of how correct it was to use "and" after a comma, but makes sense now.