The judge of the National Court, Francisco de Jorge, agreed to summon as a witness in the framework of the investigation into the kiss of the former president of the Royal Spanish Football Federation, Luis Rubialesto the player Jenni Hermoso to the national soccer coach --of the men's team-- Luis de la Fuente. It will be on October 20 at 11:00 am.
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Furthermore, according to reports from the National Court, the magistrate also indicated for that same day as witnesses the appearances of the Director of Communication of the RFEF, Pablo García Cuervo, and the Deputy Director of Communication, Enrique Yunta.
On the 27th he summons the director of the Psychology Department of the RFEF, Javier López Vallejo, the former director of Luis Rubiales' cabinet, José María Timón, and the head of compliance of the RFEF, Javier Pujol.
Likewise, the head of the Central Court of Instruction number 1 has modified one of the already scheduled appearances, that of the director of the men's team, Albert Luque, which will finally take place on October 16.
These new summonses were agreed after this Thursday the press officer of the women's soccer team testified before the magistrate, Patricia Perezand the former Director of Integrity of the RFEF Miguel García Caba. Both Pérez and Jenni Hermoso's brother They provided the judge with the information and data contained in their respective mobile phones, as confirmed by legal sources.
These new scheduled statements are added to others such as those of the national team players Alexia Putellas, Irene Paredes and Misa Rodríguez, who will testify as witnesses on October 2. Legal sources consulted by this news agency confirm that two of them will appear by videoconference and one in person.
In addition, on October 10, the former women's coach - recently dismissed - Jorge Vilda and the Marketing Director of the RFEF, Rubén Rivera, will be questioned as investigated.
It remains to be determined when the absolute player's statement will be made. Jenni Hermoso, which currently participates in the First Women's Division of Mexico defending the colors of Pachuca. Legal sources indicate that the magistrate expressly requested that his statement be in person, so he will probably have to take advantage of a trip he makes to Spain or wait for the competition to end.
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