From the already far away Espanyol-Mallorca On Matchday 23, on February 9, the tension accumulated over one of the most determining positions, the axis of the rear. That day, the day of the first and only parakeet victory in Cornellà-El Prat, Leandro Cabrera saw his fourth yellow card of the season (the other three he had received as a Getafe player), which left three of the central four on the verge of suspension.Oddly enough, it has remained that way until today, and at least until LaLiga resumes in the best of cases. And that in the last days Espanyol suffered expulsions such as that of Víctor Sánchez in Seville and that of David López in Valladolid. Up to 481 minutes Bernardo Espinosa endured with four yellow cards to his credit, since he saw her in the final stretch of Espanyol-Athletic on January 25. Those of Leandro Cabrera were 380, having been a starter and playing it all since his arrival on the winter market. And the third central in discord, Fernando Calero, had played 96 league minutes on the verge of sanction since he was booked, even with Pablo Machín on the bench, in the fateful Leganés-Espanyol. Between the three complete the 957-minute club living on the edge, what has a considerable merit It is a team that has been fighting at all times for permanence, with nerves on the surface. The only central defender who is not noticed is Naldo Gomes, who has not played since his gross mistake at Granada-Espanyol. Lluís López left in January on loan to Tenerife and David López has returned with Abelardo Fernández to his habitat in the midfield.