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Decision of governing body’s disciplinary committee follows forced kissing of player after women’s World Cup victory
Head of national association who sparked outrage says he will defend his innocence in face of ‘persecution’
Jorge Vilda praised by federation as its disgraced chief Luis Rubiales clings on to job despite suspension
Furore over a forced kiss is the latest controversy in a turbulent tenure at the head of the national federation