Spanish football president does not resign and scandal increases | News

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The president of the Spanish Football Federation (RFEF), Luis Rubiales, assured this Friday during the General Assembly of said organization that he does not plan to resign due to the scandal of the kiss, apparently not consensual, that he gave to the soccer player Jenni Hermoso after winning the Women's World Cup.


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Rubiales, in his defense without much self-criticism, said during his speech that said kiss "was spontaneous, mutual, euphoric and consensual, which is the key to all criticism. It was consensual, this player missed a penalty and I have a great relationship with all the players, we have been a family for more than a month and we had loving moments in this camp."

However, the vice president of the RFEF, Rafael del Amo announced his resignation as president of the National Women's Football Committee and considered that Luis Rubiales "should have presented his resignation" because "he has screwed up and when you make a mistake you have to be worthy of go out".

Del Amo submitted his resignation after considering that Rubiales should have resigned from his position after the kiss he gave to Jenni Hermoso during the World Cup celebration and his behavior in the box at the World Cup final.

"I think he should have resigned. I owed it to my principles and he was the one who put me in this position. I had to thank him for his trust in me. There have been things that I didn't like and I had to tell him. "I couldn't talk to you before," the manager told the press.

Meanwhile, Alexia Putellas, midfielder for Barcelona and the Spanish team, after learning of Luis Rubiales' justifications during the organization's assembly, in which he announced that he would not resign, reacted with "This is unacceptable. It's over."

"With you, partner @Jennihermoso," adds the Barça footballer, twice Ballon d'Or winner, who was part of the national team that won the Women's World Cup in Australia and New Zeeland.

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