Presumably, you don’t get to become head of football’s governing body in a football-mad country like Spain without putting in the hard yards. But if Luis Rubiales is remembered long for anything it won’t be the years he spent helping to creating the conditions which produced a world champion women’s team; it will be the five seconds he spent pashing one of its star players.
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