The Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) have sacked general secretary Andreu Camps and issued an apology for what happened in the aftermath of the World Cup final.
Ever since they won the World Cup last month, it has been a tumultuous and dramatic period for Spanish football after disgraced former president Luis Rubiales kissed Jenni Hermoso on the lips during the celebrations.
Rubiales - who claimed the kiss was consensual - eventually resigned from his position despite initially refusing to do so, although he is battling charges of sexual assault and coercion.
There has been significant drama elsewhere with players announcing a boycott of the national team until structural changes were made, but new boss Montse Tome still called up 15 of the World Cup winners. After crunch talks, all but two of the squad selected for this week's internationals remained with the team.
The RFEF's has since committed to a restructure and they have now announced Camps has been removed from his role.
In a statement, they revealed the reasons for the decision and said sorry to the players for putting them through 'unwanted circumstances', while they particularly addressed an apology to Hermoso due to her being 'immersed in a situation that she did not create'.
They said: 'The RFEF is aware of the absolute need to start a new stage and close the institutional crisis that opened after the national team's victory in the World Cup.
'We understand that the players need to feel that the federation is their home, a safe environment where they can show their professionalism and sporting quality while displaying the privilege of representing Spain.
'The steps taken so far by the current leadership of the RFEF have always sought this objective. However, weRead on m.allfootballapp.com