The older player who was active in the Spanish League
The Spanish League was born in the season 1928-1929 and since then there have been many players who have developed their career in it. Today we will talk older footballer who was active in the history of our football.
A study by the Research Center of Football History and Statistics Spanish (CIHEFE) collects the player who can boast of being more active years was Robert Fernandez.
Born in Betxi (Castellón) Robert He made his professional debut in the ranks of CD Castellón In the season 1979-1980 with only 17 year old. After a couple of seasons albinegro club Second Division signed by the Valencia CF.
In Mestalla he remained for 5 seasons before making the leap to FC Barcelona in which he played 4 campaigns before returning to the club che again in a second stage which lasted 5 More years.
With 33 years, the already veteran Robert Fernandez He signed a contract Villarreal CF, club that militated in Second Division at the time, in which he accumulated 4 seasons and with whom he won promotion to the First Division in 1997-1998. With the set 'groguet’ He enjoyed the top flight last.
Before announcing his retirement he played two years in the ranks of Córdoba CF Second Division. Thus, In the season 2000-2001 He hung up his boots becoming the player who was most active years in the history of the Spanish League, specific 21 years and 9 months.
His nearest rival in this list is Moises Garcia, player you shared a dressing room in the ranks of Villarreal CF. The forward played 21 years and 7 months.