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Spanish rebellion: Fifteen players demand the dismissal of the women’s national team coach Jorge Velda

Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) barbed by women's national coach Jorge Velda

Spanish rebellion: Fifteen players are calling for the dismissal of the women’s national team coach Jorge Velda because he ‘harms their mental health’ … but the Spanish Federation decided to stick to their coach who was full of fire and ‘did not allow’ the players to question the management of the team

  • Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) barbed by women’s coach Jorge Velda
  • Fifteen players threatened to quit the national team unless Felda was sacked
  • The Russian Football Federation responded with a statement condemning the “extremely serious offence”.
  • Spain plans to use players of a lower age group to strengthen the team in the meantime
  • The fifteen won’t come back until they “admit their mistake and ask for forgiveness”
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The Spanish Football Federation is standing by the women’s national coach, Jorge Velda, despite receiving threats to resign from 15 players.

More than a dozen Spain stars have emailed the board of directors to say they will quit unless Velda is removed from his position, and insist his management of the team was affecting their mental health.

The Spanish Football Federation issued a strongly worded statement in response, condemning that the selected players had committed a “very serious offense” by refusing to play for the country’s national team.

Threats to resign could also lead to a suspension of up to five years from the national team, and the Spanish Football Federation has demanded an apology from all players involved.

Meanwhile, Spain has stated that it will use players from a lower age group to fill its squad as a result.

The RFEF statement read: “UEFA can confirm that, throughout the day, we have received 15 emails from 15 players from the women’s soccer team… in which they state that the current situation is ‘significantly’ affecting their condition. and their emotional health, and that “as long as this is not reversed”, they resign from the Spanish national team.

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Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) barbed by women’s national coach Jorge Velda

Fifteen players have emailed the FBI threatening to quit the team unless the manager is sacked.

Fifteen players have emailed the FBI threatening to quit the team unless the manager is sacked.

The board responded by threatening to suspend 15 players for up to five years

The board responded by threatening to suspend 15 players for up to five years

Manchester City's Laa Alexandri is believed to be one of 15 players unhappy to send an email to the Spanish Football Federation.

Manchester City’s Laa Alexandri is believed to be one of 15 players unhappy to send an email to the Spanish Football Federation.

“The Spanish Football Federation will not allow players to question the continuity of the national coach and his coaching staff, because making these decisions does not fall within their powers,” he added.

Manchester United star Una Batley and Lucia Garcia were among those who sent the emails, along with Manchester City players Laya Alexandri and Leila Wahabi, according to reports in Spain.

Six Barcelona players have also threatened to withdraw from the national team, although it is believed that captain Irene Paredes and Ballon d’Or winner Alexia Putillas were not among them.

The Spanish Football Federation, which did not reveal the identities of the 15 stars, issued its full support for the coach and urged the players not to return to the team unless they “realize their mistake and ask for forgiveness”.

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