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The Real Madrid Castilla 2017/18 Season: Statistical Review

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Castilla’s season in numbers!

Castilla’s season is finally over, and before the players set off on their holidays ahead of a busy summer, they will surely be looking back on the 2017/18 campaign to review their progress. Over the season I have been collecting data game by game, and adding it to a table. Now I have the finished product, it is ready for you guys to scrutinise. Not before however, we have a look at the player accolades from 2017/18.

The top scorer title was anybody’s for the taking midway through the season, with Dani Gómez falling out of favour, but Cristo González eventually ran away with it, scoring 6 goals in his last 6 games.

The assists table was just as close, with Franchu’s late form spiralling him up the ladder to joint first place alongside Luismi Quezada.

The number of clean sheets proved to be easy enough to calculate, and Luca Zidane was never going to top the table was he... Step up Javier Belman!

The man of the match category was very congested indeed. Soeane looked to be miles ahead, but Cristo and Belman managed to pull it back, and claim joint first place just ahead of Franchu and León.

And finally, the big one. Player of the season for the 2017/18 season had to be Jaime Seoane. Terrific campaign from him during a time when the team really needed someone to step up in midfield. His forged partnership with Jaume is not something to be overlooked!

Right then, to the stats...

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Player Name Appearances Minutes Played Goals Assists Clean Sheets Unused Sub MOTM Awards Own Goals
Player Name Appearances Minutes Played Goals Assists Clean Sheets Unused Sub MOTM Awards Own Goals
Javier Belman 26 2281 - - 11 10 5 -
Luca Zidane 13 1139 - - 4 1 - -
Elías Ramírez - - - - - - - -
Álvaro Tejero 31 2581 - 2 15 6 1 -
Javier Sánchez 30 2446 3 1 10 2 2 -
José León 24 2027 - 2 6 10 4 -
Manu Hernando 23 1995 2 1 9 8 2 -
Álex Martín 13 1039 - - - 15 - -
Jaime Sánchez 5 291 - - 1 12 - -
Sergio Reguilón 30 2485 2 4 9 1 2 -
Luismi Quezada 36 3056 6 6 3 2 1 -
Jaume Grau 35 2781 1 1 - 2 1 -
Jaime Seoane 34 2535 5 2 - 2 5 -
Álvaro Fidalgo 26 890 4 - - 10 1 -
Francisco Tena - - - - - - - -
Arturo Molina 21 756 1 2 - 9 1 -
Óscar Rodríguez 34 2737 6 5 - - 1 -
Francisco Feuillassier 32 2393 2 6 - 3 4 -
Adrián Mancebo 24 1109 1 1 - 6 - -
Cristo González 35 2558 11 3 - 1 5 -
Dani Gómez 25 1375 6 1 - 2 2 -
Víctor Campuzano 22 585 2 - - 11 - -
Antonio Segura 4 133 - - - 6 - -
Darío Ramos - - - - - 26 - -
Moha Ramos - - - - - 1 - -
Gorka Zabarte - - - - - 1 - -
Martín Calderón - - - - - 3 - -
César Gelabert 4 70 - 1 - - 1 -
Antonio Blanco Conde - - - - - 1 - -
Pedro Ruiz 3 122 - - - 3 - -
Diego Hernández - - - - - 1 - -

As you can see, Luismi Quezada had the most appearances, and played and the most minutes. One thing you won’t be able to see though, is the goal of the season. This year it went to Francisco Feuillassier, who wriggled his way through the Cerceda team to finish off a goal that even a certain other Argentinian winger would be proud of.

So that’s a wrap. The next article I write will be the full blown season review including the individual player to player ratings and descriptions. Castilla have already made their first signing for next season, with Spanish midfielder Pablo Margallo singing the dotted line. Unfortunately and just typically, Ramon Siqueira failed his medical - so his move to Madrid has been stalled by a year. Besides that, we can only sit and wait to see what happens with the players this summer. How did your favourite Castilla player do this season?