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After the kissing controversy, Georgia Stanway of England expects that Luis Rubiales’ resignation will benefit women’s sports.

Georgia Stanway of England wants Luis Rubiales’ resignation “to be the start of something, rather than the end of something” for the women’s game.

After kissing Jenni Hermoso following Spain’s victory in the women’s World Cup final, Rubiales announced his resignation as president of the Spanish Football Federation.

Hermoso, 33, said the kiss was not consensual and on Tuesday she filed a lawsuit.

Stanway added, “Everyone has fought, and we have fought as a women’s football team.”

“For the outcome to be what it is, we fought as players, as staff, and as journalists.

“Clearly, the result is what we wanted. However, we also want this to be the beginning of something, not the conclusion of something.

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Luis Rubiales resigns as the Spanish FA’s president due to Rubiales’ resignation is kissed by Jenni Hermoso after Spain’s women’s team triumphs.
The kiss that rocked Spanish and international soccer
The aftermath of the kiss has consumed Spanish football in recent weeks and cast a cloud on Spain’s victory over England in the World Cup last month.

Fifa, the organization that oversees international football, suspended Rubiales, but he refused to step down until he finally did.

In the midst of the debate, Sarina Wiegman, the manager of England, dedicated her recent Uefa Women’s Coach of the Year award to Spain.

While Rubiales was in charge, 81 Spain players, including all 23 World Cup champions, declared they would not compete for their country again.

Rubiales’ close friend and World Cup-winning manager Jorge Vilda was fired on September 5 during the incident, and Montse Tome was selected as his replacement.

“I know as a group of Lionesses and I know as a group at Bayern, we will continue to fight for what we believe is right,” Bayern Munich midfielder Stanway continued. Even if others don’t agree with us, we will stick to our convictions.

“We have found a solution, but this is just the beginning of a process that


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