The president of the CSD announced the creation of a mixed commission to ensure the development of the sports law and the dismissal of the general secretary of the Royal Football Federation.
Tired, tense and very serious, the 23 players summoned this Monday to the Spanish women’s soccer team arrived in Oliva, Valencia.
After a meeting of almost 7 hours, the president of the Higher Sports Council (CSD), Víctor Francos, announced at 5 in the morning that 21 of the soccer players have agreed to remain in the concentration and play the first match on Friday. of the nations league with Sweden.
“The first thing that was said to them today at the meeting, in addition to introducing myself, was, whoever is not comfortable, whoever does not feel strong, whoever for whatever reason does not consider that they have to be here, should know that neither the federation nor the higher sports council will find a sanctioning process,” the CSD president told the media.
He added: “With regard to the call and the concentration, of the 23 called, two players have requested, for reasons of lack of spirit and personal discomfort, and therefore, absolutely respectable, the possibility of leaving the concentration “.
At the end of the meeting, which was mediated by Amanda Gutiérrez, president of the Futpro union, the creation of a tripartite mixed commission to ensure the development of the sports law and the dismissal of the general secretary of the Royal Federation was announced. of Soccer, Andreu Camps.
“It has been agreed to create a mixed commission, in which both the Spanish Football Federation and the players participate, through the representatives they want, and the Higher Sports Council. In this commission we have agreed on competencies that cover all topics that the players have been demanding for so long, such as the changes in the organizational structure of women’s soccer, the strategic plan and other things that we have been talking about in recent days,” Gutiérrez told the press.
Gutiérrez has described these changes as the beginning of an understanding that ends the open gap. Some changes that according to the president of the women’s football commission, Rafael del Amo, have not been enough for everyone. He also assured that none of the players demanded the dismissal of the coach, Montse Tomé, with whom they begin training this Wednesday.
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