(Photo : GABRIEL MONNET/AFP by way of Getty Images) President of the Spanish Football Federation Luis Rubiales speaks throughout a press convention to announce Spain, Portugal and Ukraines bid for the 2030 World Cup on the UEFA headquarters in Nyon.
Spanis soccer chief Luis Rubiales stands his floor amid his controversial kissing scandal involving Jenni Hermoso in Spain’s 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup conquest.
The 36-year-old prime brass refuses to take accountability for his actions and believes he’s now a sufferer of the entire mess. Rubiales believes the federal government has not rightfully acted on the problem and is as a substitute urgent towards him, El Mundo reported.
“I am especially concerned that some of those who should proclaim and contribute to guaranteeing the separation of powers in our country, insist on taking part and pressing against me, instead of letting justice act with all the guarantees, staying on the sidelines,” a part of Rubiales assertion despatched by way of textual content message to the outlet learn after translation.
Spanish authorities suffers setback in Rubiales case
This comes not lengthy after the Spanish authorities suffered a setback in its try and take away Rubiales from his publish, CNN reported.
TAD, Spain’s Court of Arbitration, did conform to open a case towards the beleaguered soccer chief on Friday, September 1. However, it rejected the federal government’s argument that the actions of Rubiales had been extreme.
This has prevented the rapid suspension of Rubiales, forcing ministers to show to the tribunal as a substitute.
Minister of Culture and Sport Miquel Iceta plans to submit a separate grievance to TAD to request the removing of Rubiales till the investigation is resolved.
Rubiales has already been suspended by FIFA from all football-related actions for 90 days for his unacceptable conduct on the World Cup remaining.
With strain mounting and Rubiales serving his suspension, Pedro Rocha Junco will oversee the group in an interim capability per Radio Estado.
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