Cuadra Fernández, the 'naughty' Primera

The competition in First division He has reached the middle of the course, and it is a good time to take a good look at what the arbitration statistics have in store for us. Which referees get more yellow cards? And red cards? Who scores more penalties? Who calls more fouls? All these details are revealed in this article below.

It is striking that many of these categories are led by the same man, the international referee, attached to the Balearic Committee, although born and raised in Madrid, Guillermo Cuadra Fernandez.

The 38-year-old referee is in his fifth season in the top flight of Spanish football and is the referee who has issued the most warnings in the competition. In the 10 games that he has led so far this League He has shown 68 yellow cards (6.8 per game) and has sent 8 participants to the dugout before the 90 minutes of regulation (0.8 per game).

Curiously, he is also the referee who calls the most penalties, he has called the eleven meters a total of 7 times, and he is not the referee who calls the most fouls for just one position. There he surpasses him Pablo Gonzalez Strong that points out 31.8 fouls per game, compared to the 30.1 that Guillermo points out.

If we look for the opposite pole to the Balearic Islands, all the indicators point to a man, and this is none other than the Manchego Javier Alberola Rojas, who after overcoming some serious health problems and starting the course a bit late, is making up for lost time at a forced march. But he is back in top form.

The man from La Mancha is the referee who gives the least warnings (1.25 per game), the one who sends off the least (he hasn’t shown any yet), in fact he is the only referee in the competition who has not issued a red card yet this season. And he has not signaled any penalties either. To make a simile with Guillermo Cuadra Fernandezalso occupies the second position, as the referee who signals the fewest fouls (21.25 per game) only surpassed by the Basque Ricardo Burgos Bengoetxea (20.63 per game).

They are only numbers, they can mean everything or nothing, that is for you to decide. Then we leave the entire table in full, come and see:

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