Spanish football

Spanish arbitration has ten international assistants – SPANISH FOOTBALL

by: Adam Smith

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In the newspaper SPORT we have been telling you that the Balearic referee Cuadra Fernández on January 1st he was to acquire the status of international in the Spanish arbitration thus covering the vacancy of Undiano Mallenco that left the arbitration on 30 June, thus covering the ten places that Spanish arbitration currently counts in UEFA.

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But also in the assistants section Spain has this same number of places at European level. In fact, that last square has been covered this past January 1st by the canary José Enrique Naranjo. It also becomes the first grancanario to achieve this condition in the history of Spanish football. Naranjo covers the square last summer by the Catalan Xavier Aguilar, international since 2010, and who retired from the activity after thirteen seasons in the First Division.

Naranjo came until now accompanying fellow Canary Hernandez Hernandez cassistant but everything indicates that from now on Naranjo will be the international assistant of the also debutante, the Balearic collegiate Cuadra Fernández given that Hernández Hernández already has Teo in these functions.

Naranjo is among 67 attendees who have achieved this condition and have fifa cockade in UEFA to start with 2020. Of which fifty are men and the remaining seventeen places are for women. In this facet, as we already have in SPORT; Spain does not incorporate any schoolgirls or assistants this season.
If it is curious that Gibraltar also adds an assistant in this category since January 1. This is Daniel Gómez Gordillo. Belarus and Portugal are the countries with the newest international assistants, totaling four each in 2020.

In terms of new attendees:

Albania

Koleta Prenga (WOMEN)

Andorra

Bruno Filipe Parente Fernandes (MAN)

Armenia

Liana Yagmurian (woman)

Austria

Michael Nemetz (man)

Santino Schreiner (man)

Amina Sarah Raschid (woman)

Azerbaijan

Elshad Abdullayev (Man)

Parvin Talibov (man)

Belarus

Anton Gusev (Man)

Anton Ihnatsiuk (man)

Siarhei Kasavets (Man)

Dzianis Yemelyanchykau (men)

Belgium

Matthias Hillaert (Man)

Ruben Wyns (man)

Bosnia and Herzegovina

Jovanka Vi-ekruna (woman)

Bulgaria

Miroslav Maksimov Ivanov (Man)

Petar Mitrev (man)

Cyprus

Nicos Egglezou (man)

Omiros Tziortzis (man)

Czech Republic

Adam Horak (Man)

Zuzana Spindlerova (woman)

Jana Stychova (woman)

Denmark

Ole Kronlykke (men)

Jakob Mastrup (man)

England

Melissa Burgin (woman)

Finland

Veli-Matti Leppanen (man)

France

Aurélien Drouet (man)

Georgia

Davit Gabisonia (man)

Germany

Dominik Schaal (man)

Gibraltar

Daniel Gomez Gordillo (men)

Iceland

Arnar ‘rnason (man)

Egill Gusvar-ur Guslaugsson (man)

Republic of Ireland

Olivia Sneyd (woman)

Kosovo

Imran Kabashi (man)

Besnik Morina (men)

Latvia

Deniss Sevcenko (man)

Martins Svipsts (man)

Lithuania

Ugn ė Emitaitė (woman)

Macedonia

Slagjan Markoski (man)

Moldova

Maria Cerbulenco (woman)

Montenegro

Vladan Todorović (man)

Holland

Rogier Honig (man)

Northern Ireland

Victoria Finlay (Woman)

Ryan Kelsey (man)

Andrew Nethery (man)

Polania

Adam Kupsik (man)

Jakub Winkler (man)

Karolina Zygmond (woman)

Portugal

Bruno Miguel Alves Jesus (Man)

Paulo Ricardo Duarte Bras (man)

Pedro Ricardo Ferreira Ribeiro (man)

Tiago Josa Pereira Costa (men)

Russia

Ekaterina Chernova (woman)

Ekateina Kozyreva (woman)

San Marino

Gianmarco Ercolani (man)

Scotland

Calum Spence (men)

Serbia

Nikola Đorović (man)

Jovan Grujić (man)

Ivana Jovanović (Woman)

Slovakia

Peter Bednar (man)

Slovenia

Sladjana Jovičić (woman)

Spain

José Enrique Naranjo Pérez

Sweden

Robin Wilde (Man)

Almira Spahic (woman)

Switzerland

Jonas Erni (man)

Matthias Sbrissa (Man)

Ukraine

Viktor Nyzhnyk (man)