Córdoba CF-Algeciras: Domínguez Cervantes, match referee

Córdoba CF-Algeciras: Domínguez Cervantes, match referee
Córdoba CF-Algeciras: Domínguez Cervantes, match referee

Córdoba CF-Algeciras: Domínguez Cervantes, match refereeFrancisco Gonzalez

The referee from Malaga Abraham Dominguez Cervantes (Málaga, 1986) has been appointed by the RFEF Technical Committee of Referees to direct the thirty-eighth match of the 2023-2024 season for Córdoba CF, which will be held next Saturday against the Algeciras in it El Arcángel Stadium (7:00 p.m., FEF TV), on the occasion of matchday 38 of the regular League calendar in the Group 2 of First Federation.

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The 37-year-old Andalusian referee has a remarkable record behind him, having served uninterruptedly for the last 13 seasons, nine under the defunct Second Division Bone in Second division and three others, the most recent, in what is now known as First Federation. In that balance, He has directed a total of 167 gameswith a record of 981 yellow cards indicated -average of 5.75 per game- and 45 red -0.27-. It also has a slight home bias, with 68 local wins on record, in contrast to the 53 draws and 46 away wins it also has.

Saturday will not be the first time that Dominguez Cervantes referee to Córdoba CF, with whom he has already met on four other occasions. The resulting balance leaves two green and white victories, one defeat and a draw, both last results during the current season. The first of them corresponds to the quote in front of the Linares in The Archangel of the first round (0-1), while the second occurred during the visit to the New Columbian of the Huelva Recreational (1-1). The triumphs, on the other hand, refer to 0-1 at Linense of the 2019-2020 academic year and 1-3 to San Fernando from last campaign.

He has also been present in six other matches for the Algeciras, with three defeats, one draw and two wins, none achieved this year.

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