The Government pardons Pedro Rocha again in exchange for a commitment to “loyal collaboration”

The Government, for the third time in a month, has decided not to press the red button to suspend Pedro Rocha as president of the RFEF. Despite the forcefulness with which the Minister of Education and Sports, Pilar Alegría, and the president of the Higher Sports Council, José Manuel Rodríguez Uribes, referred in recent weeks against the figure of Rocha as the highest federative representative, the Government has chosen once again not to temporarily remove him from office, despite being fully qualified to do so.

The CSD board of directors He did not even address Rocha’s possible suspension this Friday. Once again, he has been left off the agenda. In this case, according to government sources, because the RFEF has shown its “commitment” that it will “collaborate loyally” with the ‘Del Bosque Commission’, created by the Government to protect the RFEF.

That commitment, according to ‘El País’, will be reflected in the fact that Pedro Rocha will not take his seat in the box at the final of the Women’s Champions League, which Barça and Olympique de Lyon will play this Saturday in San Mamés. His place, however, would not be taken by Vicente del Bosque, but by Rocha’s vice president, María Ángeles García ‘Yaye’, who already presided over the final of the Women’s Cup last week.

2024-05-24 14:06:29
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