Jenni Hermoso: Spain midfielder says nothing has changed at Spanish FA after boycotting players were called up to...
Jenni Hermoso has said the decision to call up players who are boycotting the Spanish women's team was proof that "nothing has changed" at the country's federation (RFEF).
Fifteen World Cup winners were included in the squad for the Nations League games against Sweden and Switzerland, despite saying they would boycott international duty.
A group of 81 players, including all 23 members of the World Cup squad, indicated three weeks ago that they would not play for Spain again while Luis Rubiales remained RFEF president as a result of his behaviour at the final.
Rubiales caused a huge controversy after kissing midfielder Jenni Hermoso on the lips during the medal ceremony following the team's 1-0 victory over England. Hermoso insists she did not consent to the kiss.
Hermoso, who was not called up for the squad, said the players had been "caught by surprise" by selection and were forced to react to "another unfortunate situation caused by the people who continue to make decisions within the RFEF".