Sunday, October 1, 2023

The world champion tells RFEF that he will not return to the Grupo Milenio team

The world champions announced this to the Spanish Football Association (RFEF) in Sydney on August 20th You will not take part in the next selection interview understanding that the changes made in this organism are not enough.

Sources close to the players confirmed this decision by 41 players. including the world champions, hours before new coach Montse Tomé, Jorge Vilda’s successor, announces this Friday Announcement of the Nations League games against Sweden on the 22nd and against Switzerland on the 26th.

The RFEF confirmed late Thursday the Today Tomé is presented as a new technology and is being used for the first time for both games as part of a competition in which Spain will contest its qualification for the 2024 Olympic Games in Paris.

​Throughout the week, the RFEF maintained contact with the players as the 23 national players who were crowned FIFA Women’s World Cup champions in Australia and New Zealand on August 20 announced their awards five days later renounces to continue taking part in the calls of the national team as long as Luis Rubiales remains president of the RFEF.

The letter, released after he expressed his desire to continue in office, was signed by the 23 world champions: Jennifer Hermoso, Alèxia Putellas, Misa Rodríguez, Irene Paredes, Ona Batlle, Mariona Caldentey, Teresa Abelleira, María Pérez, Cata Coll, Aitana Bonmati, Laia Codina, Claudia Zornoza, Oihane Hernández, Rocío Gálvez, Irene Guerrero, Alba Redondo, Athenea del Castillo, Eva Navarro, Enith Salón, Ivana Andrés, Olga Carmona, Esther González and Salma Paralluelo.

Likewise those supports Mapi León, Patricia Guijarro, Lola Gallardo, Nerea Eizagirre, Ainhoa ​​​​Moraza, Sandra Paños, Claudia Pina, Amaiur Sarriegi, Leila Ouahabi, Laia Aleixandri, Lucia García, Andrea Pereira, Vero Boquete, Ainhoa ​​​​Tirapu, Sandra Vilanova, Ana Romero WillySilvia Meseguer, Nagore Calderón, Carmen Arce SwallowPriscila Borja, Natalia Pablos, Susana Guerrero, Larraitz Lucas, Isabel Benito, Amanda Sampedro, Isabel Fuentes, Elisabet Sánchez, Mari Paz Azagra, Vanesa Gimbert, Virginia Torrecilla, Leire Landa, Elisabet Ibarra and Marta Torrejón.

At the same time, eleven members were part of the national team’s coaching staff, including not Jorge Vilda, but Montse Tomé, his deputy at the time Their positions are available to the RFEF to support Jenni Hermoso and the other national players.

FIFA’s subsequent temporary suspension of Rubiales as president while it deals with the file it opened against him over his behavior in the box during the World Cup final Kiss to Jenni Hermoso at the award ceremony in the box appointed Pedro Rocha, President of the Territorial Region of Extremadura, as interim President of the organization.

One of his first decisions was Dismissal of Jorge Vilda on the 5th and appointment of Montse Tomé. Since then, the RFEF has maintained contacts with the players who expect more action from the RFEF despite this change to the trust environment of Luis Rubiales, who finally announced his resignation on the 10th.

Rubiales explains this Friday before the National Court that the ongoing trial is being investigated for sexual assault and coercion over the kiss he gave the soccer player Jenni Hermoso after the World Cup final.

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