After the controversy and conflict between the federation and the internationals, Spain visits Sweden for the debut of the new Nations League.
The Spanish national team will face Sweden in the women’s UEFA Nations League this Friday. He does it in Gothenburg and in the midst of all the controversy that has been going on for some time, but which became even clearer after the kiss that Luis Rubiales gave to Jenni Hermoso during the celebration of the World Cup won by La Roja. Australia-New Zealand.
An event that triggered a series of events and led to the mass resignation of the internationals, and to the departure of Jorge Vilda from the bench. The man who led a historic achievement in Oceania is no more and in his place the Federation installed his right-hand man, Montse Tomé.
Although the footballers refused to go with Spain, the coach called up the world champions and the international players had to agree to avoid legal consequences, with Patri Guijarro and Mapi León (who had not gone to the World Cup) leaving the team. they were “mentally” unwilling to play.
Amidst the institutional chaos and all the outdoor football problems, the national team has two crucial matches to play. They are for the UEFA Nations League, an Olympic Games qualifying tournament that Spain has never played in women’s football.
The first of these is next Friday and against Sweden, one of the world powers. Spain eliminated the Swedes at the last World Cup and will want to win again this Friday, September 22 from 6:30 PM (CET) at the Gamla Ullevi Stadium in Gothenburg.
The match can be seen on television via Teledeporte and also via the RTVE Play platform.
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