Jorge Vilda will announce this Friday the call-up list for the friendly meetings against Norway and China, on April 6 and 11 in Ibiza, in the last list before the World Cup in Australia and New Zealand this summer. The call that generated the greatest expectation due to the possible return of one of the 15 players who requested by letter not to be called until there are no significant changes in the women’s coaching staff.
Well, as Mundo Deportivo has learned, to this day none of these 15 players, most of them from Barça, is going to return to the present. Six months after the start of the competition, no agreement is imminent, although it is true that the latest talks may indicate that an agreement could be reached before the World Cup from August 20 to August 20. That is, this Friday no one will be on the list of ’15, but the future could be encouraged.
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From the Spanish Federation it is considered that the 15 signatories are “non-summonable”, as they understand that this is how they defined themselves in the joint letter sent on September 22 to the RFEF. And they affirm that, if they want to return to Jorge Vilda’s team, they will indicate in the new letter. The condition is non-negotiable.
The RFEF highlights that no firm proposal or express request for return has been received, so there is no new information on this matter that allows us to turn to the current situation. And in its absence, it is not possible to return to the moment, understanding that there is no true will to convene again.
So the Federation will continue to work hard running the mission and with the players who have trained in the last months under the coach before the last stretch towards the World Cup.
In the field of players, however, from recent conversations held with representatives of the RFEF, there is a glimmer of hope. As Mundo Deportivo has learned, the dialogue is focused on the next few days and there is hope and hope of many players in the soccer players to understand in the middle term to return to the women’s team.