The former president of the Spanish Football Federation, Luis Rubiales, has been disqualified for three years after the resolution announced by the Sports Administrative Court (TAD), this for the kiss he gave to the national team player Jenni Hermoso after the final of the Women's World Cup where the Iberian representation took the scepter.
Iusport reported that the TAD finalized the proposal of the investigator of the file and has imposed two sanctions of a year and a half on Rubiales. The former top leader of Spanish soccer left his position on September 10 after an investigation was opened by the National Court for possible sexual assault and coercion after the kiss he gave to the player Jenni Hemroso without his consent. .
On September 30, FIFA, through its disciplinary commission, suspended him for three years from all activities related to football, both nationally and internationally. The former leader indicated that he would appeal this decision.
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The Higher Sports Council (CSD) presented a complaint to the Sports Administrative Court that was closed this Friday. The CSD considered there were two serious infractions after the final of the Women's World Cup in Sydney, Australia for abuse of authority and well-known public actors who violated sporting dignity or decorum, this due to their behavior in the box during that match where they touched their genitals.
Rubiales' defense tried to demonstrate that the requested sanctions “did not correspond” to the reasoning in the proposal and were an “arbitrary” request. They requested a fine or disqualification of three to six months.
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