After three weeks of protests and calls for his resignation, Spain’s soccer chief, Luis Rubiales, has quit, but the problems that surfaced in the wake of his forcible kiss of a player after the Women’s World Cup remain.

The player, Jennifer Hermoso, has filed a criminal complaint of sexual assault against him. During the past week, accusations have emerged of chauvinistic treatment toward players, and Spanish league players have started a strike over pay.

Although Beatriz Alvarez, president of Spain’s fledgling women’s league, Liga F, welcomed Rubiales’ resignation, which she said "should have come sooner,” she also lamented how it "leaves us the challenge of reconstructing Spanish football after the enormous reputational damage that his behavior has caused.”