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Controversy in the Spanish women's soccer team: 15 players refuse to play if the coach continues

Controversy in the Spanish women’s soccer team: 15 players refuse to play if the coach continues



International players have sent a letter to Luis Rubiales, president of the Royal Spanish Football Federation, demanding the departure of Jorge Vilda.

Controversy erupted once again within the Spanish women’s soccer team. Fifteen internationals have sent La Roja, via email, a direct message to Luis Rubiales, president of the Royal Spanish Football Federation, requesting the departure of coach Jorge Vilda. In addition, these players threaten not to represent the neighboring country’s team if the coach remains. According to the newspaper ‘AS’, the footballers involved are Ainhoa ​​Vicente, Patre Guigaro, Lucia Garcia, Leila Wahabi, Maria Leon, Claudia Pena, Laia Alexandre, Una Batley, Andrea Peri, Aitana Ponmate, Sandra Banos and Amayor Sarrighi. Lola Gallardo, Nerea Izaguirre and Mario Caldente. RFEF sources confirmed that the players’ intention was to inform them that they were injured so that they would not be called up. The Spanish Football Federation has already responded in a statement, confirming that Jorge Velda will remain the national coach and that there is nothing to talk about.

Confusion is now happening in the Spanish national team, a few weeks away from returning to action, scheduled for October 3, with the goal of two special matches with Sweden (October 7) and the United States (October 11). It remains to be seen if the 15 players in question will be among the players selected at Jorge Velda.

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