Jorge Vilda: The former Spain manager gets appointed as Morocco's head coach

World cup winning Spain Women National Team manager got appointed to be the head coach of Morocco Women National football Team after getting sacked in controversial manner.

Suvam Roy Chowdhury
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Jorge Vilda: The former Spain manager gets appointed as Morocco's head coach

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Jorge Vilda won the Women's World Cup 2023 with Spain 1-0 against England in this summer, however he got sacked within a month in scandalous manner concerning the well being of the Spain Women's National Team.

Vilda is set to replace Reynald Pedros who helped Morocco qualify for their first ever Women's World Cup in 2023 and his team also managed to reach the Round of 16 stage, where to lost to France.

Spain's World Cup victory against England was overshadowed by Rubiales's kiss on Jenni Hermoso, which she later stated that it was not consensual.

Jorge Vilda considered a close ally of Rubiales and was also investigated as part of the criminal case against the former Spanish football federation (RFEF) president, who denied charges of sexual assault.

The Royal Moroccan Football Federation contracted the Spanish coach Mr Vilda to coach the Women's national football team in the next stage", the Moroccan football federation said in a statement.

It thanked Pedros for "the work he accomplished, especially the qualification to the second round of the World Cup".

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