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Jenni Hermoso, excluded from the Spanish selection

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Soccer player Jenni Hermoso, at the heart of the World Cup kiss incident, has been left out of Spain’s newest national team by coach Montse Tome. This decision comes after the huge controversy in which Luis Rubiales, the former president of the Spanish football federation, kissed Hermoso without her consent during the celebration of her victory at the Women’s World Cup in Sydney.

Rubiales suffered a major backlash, which culminated in his resignation on September 10. However, many players, including Hermoso, claimed that this waiver was insufficient. In a collective statement, 21 of the 23 players on the World Cup team expressed their need for a safer environment where women’s rights and potential are guaranteed. After that, Hermoso filed sexual assault allegations against Rubiales, which led to a judge imposing a restraining order against him.

Tome has currently selected 15 players from the World Cup winners for the upcoming Nations League matches. It should be noted that Hermoso is among the eight players not called up. However, Tome, highlighting his support for Hermoso, hinted at the player’s future return. Tome expressed, “We’re with Jenni,” suggesting the decision was in Hermoso’s best interest.

Other absentees include notable names such as captain Ivana Andrés, Irene Guerrero and Mariona Caldentey. Despite the ongoing tension, Tome remains optimistic about the commitment of the players and expects all those selected to join the next training camp.

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