Jenni Hermoso returns to the national team after supporting the 15 ‘rebels’ against Vilda
The Spanish women’s soccer coach, Jorge Vilda, has offered this Monday a new list of summoned. In her, the main novelty is the return of Jenni Hermosowho had been absent from the last calls and who had shown his support for the so-called 15 ‘rebels’ who are facing the RFEF for the continuity of Vilda.
Despite the rumors in recent weeks, the coach has not recovered any of the 15 players who rioted to demand their dismissal, nor the former captain Irene Paredes, who had not signed the joint statement but had shown her support for her colleaguesas did Alexia Putellas, now long-term injured.
Hermoso, who currently plays for the women’s Pachuca, had also publicly shown his support for his teammates. “I understand your reasons, I have also experienced many of the feelings and concerns that have been communicated […]. Although I do not share the forms, I do empathize with the need to do something now“, the Madrid striker had expressed.
months of conflict
The conflict broke out on September 22, when 15 players from the national team sent as many emails to the RFEF to request that Vilda not call her, claiming not that your “health” and “emotional state” They were not allowed to represent Spain with all the guarantees at that time.
The footballers have been called up for the Nations Cup dispute, a friendly tournament that serves to advance the preparation for the World Cup in Australia and New Zealandwhich will be held this summer.
THIS IS THE EVENT OF THE YEAR!
🇦🇺 With this team we will compete in the #CupOfNations of 𝗔𝘂𝘀𝘁𝗿𝗮𝗹𝗶𝗮.
✈️ We travel to where the 𝗠𝗨𝗡𝗗𝗜𝗔𝗟 will be held this summer.#FIFAWWC Yo #PlayFightAndWin pic.twitter.com/GkWXt5lEVP
— Spanish Women’s Soccer Team (@SEFutbolFem) February 6, 2023
Australia will be, precisely, the host of the friendly tournament that is being played now. Spain will play on February 16 against the local team in Newcastle, on February 19 against Jamaica in Gordon and on February 22 against the Czech Republic in Sydney.
goalkeepers: Misa Rodríguez, Enith Salon and Elena Lete.
defenses: Ivana Andrés, Rocío Gálvez, María Méndez, Sheila García, Oihane Hernández, Olga Carmona, Paula Tomás, Bibiane Schultze and Laia Codina.
Midfielders: Maite Oroz, Irene Guerrero, Teresa Abelleira, Marta Carro, Claudia Zornoza and Fiamma Benítez.
front: Marta Cardona, Jenni Hermoso, Alba Redondo, Athenea del Castillo, Salma Paralluelo, Esther González and Eva Navarro.
Source of data and images: elperiodico