Oliver Cuadrado Martín
|Full name||Oliver Cuadrado Martín|
|Date of birth||12 July 1977|
|Place of birth||Madrid, Spain|
|Height||1.83 m (6 ft 0 in)|
|1996–1997||Real Madrid C||26||(0)|
|1997–2000||Real Madrid B||52||(0)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
Born in Madrid, Oliver spent 12 years connected with local – and La Liga – giants Real Madrid, but only appeared with its B and C-sides, even though he occasionally trained with the first team managed by Vicente del Bosque, also being called for some games without however making his debut.
Leaving the club in 2000, he signed with SD Compostela in the second division, appearing in 14 league matches in his first season, which ended in relegation. After being first-choice as the Galicians returned to the second level, Oliver was again backup in the 2002–03 campaign, with Compos again dropping down a division in spite of having finished in ninth position; after a 1–2 loss against relegation-threatened Córdoba CF on 15 June 2003, he was accused of having been paid to help the visiting club win (not holding an easy shot attempt in the Andalusians' second goal), but nothing was ever proved.
- Oliver da vida al Córdoba en Santiago (Oliver revives Córdoba in Santiago); Diario AS, 16 June 2003 (Spanish)
- Oliver: “Yo tengo la conciencia tranquila” (Oliver: “My conscience is clear”); Diario AS, 17 June 2003 (Spanish)
- Oliver Cuadrado at BDFutbol