LThe First and Second Division members have passed in theCity of Las Rozas Soccerthe third physical tests of the season. All the referees and assistants ofThe leaguewere summoned by theReferee Technical Committee (CTA) for the last test of the course and demonstrate that they maintain good shape in the face of the final stretch of the championship.
Two intense days of work in the arbitration establishment where 60 First class members have passed the physical tests (20 referees and 40 assistants). For the members, batches of six sprints of 40 meters in a maximum time of 5.8 seconds with a minute of recovery and five accelerations of 30 meters with 30-second breaks for the line judges along with the ‘Yoyo’ test intermittent. This time the speed test that had to be done last November has been eliminated.
Tuesday was the turn of the braids and assistants of theSilver Divisionin passing the tests. Today it has been the turn of the maximum category of Spanish football except for the two referees who will lead the first leg of the Copa del Rey semifinals that have been exempted. The CTA will convene in the coming weeks toHernndez Hernndez(Las Palmas school), toGil Manzano(high school) to pass the evaluation.
Nor have they passed the tests todaySnchez Martnez, Del Cerro Grande, Estrada Fernndez, Guillermo Cuadra and Mateu Lahozwho already did it a week ago in the UEFA course in Palma de Mallorca. At the session was Guadalupe Porres, the first assistant referee to debut in the First Division.
This has been the third call of the course to pass the physical tests after those they had in preseason inBiescas (Huesca)and those made in November also in the City of Soccer de las Rozas.
In NovemberGonzlez Gonzlez(from the school of Castilian and Leon) I did not overcome them for some physical discomfort and had to spend a month without being able to whistle until I discovered them in December. Today has been maintained by his teammates since he retires at the end of the season and have been his last tests as a collegiate.