Paul Johnson is a writer at Fear The Wall, having joined the community in December 2017, and become a member of the writing staff in May 2019. Paul is a Southampton and Borussia Dortmund fan, and a data scientist. His writing often focuses on football analytics, using the tools he uses in his day job, from machine learning to statistical modelling, to better understand and evaluate BVB, the Bundesliga, and football as a whole.
Looking Around the League: One Last Mosey Round the Park
Lets touch some grass and reminds ourselves that good things do happen every now and then.
The Daily Bee: Easing Your Mind with Numbers
Everyone is nervous about the final game of the season. Perhaps a more objective look at what’s in store will help?
Looking Around the League: The Bundesliga? MORE LIKE THE FUNDESLIGA!!!!
Bayern Munich treating success like a greased pig? What’s new, amirite?
Match Preview: BVB Face Augsburg in Final Away Game of the Season
A win against Augsburg will put Borussia Dortmund top of the Bundesliga table, with just one game left to play.
The Daily Bee: Manchester City Dismantle Real Madrid on Way to Champions League Final
The Man City juggernaut keeps on rolling, and they’re now in sight of the treble.
Match Ratings: BVB Beat Borussia Mönchengladbach 5-2
BVB played up to their best, as they netted five goals against Die Fohlen.
The Daily Bee: Borussia Dortmund’s New Home Kit Leaked
Borussia Dortmund decided to let fans vote for the next BVB home kit, giving concrete proof that fans should never be allowed to make any decisions.
Match Ratings: BVB Hit Wolfsburg for Six in Biggest Win of the Season
BVB’s young stars delivered to keep the Black and Yellows within a point of Bayern Munich at the top of the Bundesliga table.
MOTM Poll: Borussia Dortmund Smash Wolfsburg 6-0 to Keep Chase with Bayern Munich
BVB closed the gap at the top of the table to just one point, doing so in emphatic fashion.
Bundesliga Match Thread: BVB Host Wolfsburg & Look to Close Gap in the Bundesliga Title Race
After Bayern Munich’s 2-1 victory against Werder Bremen, any less than a win will not be enough for Borussia Dortmund.