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statto

(ˈstætəʊ)
n, pl -tos
informal Brit a person who is preoccupied with the facts and figures of a particular subject, esp a sport
[C20: from statistics]
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Leading Everton statistican Bradley Cates, who posts under the pseudonym EFC Statto, has compared Everton's performances in 2018/19 to the previous season, using a wide range of performance metrics.
Keeper Longmuir said: "I've saved four in a row now but according to the Pollok statto, previously I had saved two out of 39.
Karius incurred the wrath of Liverpool supporters on social media, but this tweet from prominent Reds fan and statto Andrew Beasley summed it all up.
Mohamed Salah - Reuters Salah had five shots on target, six touches in the 18-yard box and 70 sprints in the match, according to Sky Sports Statto Twitter account.
Statto Paul Johnson, chief number cruncher at the authoritative Institute for Fiscal Studies, declared household incomes at the election will "still be below" when you entered No10.
At his trial in July, Smith - who used the pseudonym Statto to write stories about children as young as 10 being abused, and who had 492 indecent images of children on his computer - claimed he had committed the offences as a form of escapism when his wife was dying.
| 'STATTO' MAN: Spain-based football author and sports journalist Tony Matthews has been commissioned to write a book on Huddersfield Town
Swap the '80s crop of Boycott, Gooch and Gower for Statto, Reg and Mavis and you have a fair idea of the challenges that lay in wait.
Boro statto Shaun Wilson has the figures to back up his views: "Winning on the opening day of the season is soooooo over-rated.
Loughran, 46, best known as 'Statto', is recovering after surgery, but in a dramatic departure for him is enforcing a self-imposed gambling ban on medical advice.
Statto's out there will know Madden was 37 years 222 days old when he played his last game for the club in May 1993.
MY liking for the odd statistic or two has occasionally earned me the nickname "Statto" but I have nothing on the Welsh Premier League's own version of Angus Loughran, David Rapson.