Jenni Hermoso on Wednesday returned to Spain’s squad for the first time since she was forcefully kissed by former Spanish football federation (RFEF) President Luis Rubiales during the trophy ceremony after the European nation won its maiden FIFA Women’s World Cup in August this year.
Montse Tome, who replaced Jorge Vilda, coach of the World Cup-winning side, included the 33-year-old Hermoso in the 23-member squad for the upcoming UEFA Women’s Nations League matches against Italy in Salerno on October 27 and Switzerland in Zurich on October 31.
Enith Salon Marcuello, Catalina Tomas Coll Lluch, María Isabel Rodríguez Rivero
Ona Batlle Pascual, Olga Carmona García, Maria Mendez Fernandez, Irene Paredes Hernández, Laia Aleixandri López, Oihane Hernández Zurbano, Ivana Andrés Sanz,
Aitana Bonmatí Conca, Alexia Putellas Segura, Jennifer Hermoso, Anna Torrodà Ricart, Teresa Abelleira Dueñas, Maite Oroz Areta
Athenea Del Castillo Beivide, Salma Celeste Paralluelo Ayingono, María Francesca Caldentey Oliver, Esther González Rodríguez, Lucia Garcia Cordoba, Amaiur Sarriegi Isasa, María Inmaculada Gabarro Romero
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