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Latest News on Prince Ali Bin Al Hussein
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Feb 24, 2016
As D-Day approaches, Fifa Presidential candidates begin final jostling for votesSeparately, a Fifa appeals committee is expected to rule on the pleas filed by Blatter and his one-time heir apparent Michel Platini, who are seeking to overturn the eight-year bans.
Feb 13, 2016
FIFA clean-up: Jerome Valcke, former right-hand man to Blatter, banned for 12 yearsThe Valcke ban came as FIFA's corruption storm again enters the spotlight.
Jan 08, 2016
Bye, bye Fifa: Michel Platini pulls out of next month's presidential electionPlatini's withdrawal from the presidential race marks the end of his steady rise to the summit of football politics.
Jan 06, 2016
Last chance to get it right: Prince Ali blasts Blatter, Platini over FIFA messSepp Blatter and Michel Platini were "totally irresponsible" to agree a payment that has brought ignominy to world football, according to Prince Ali bin Al Hussein
May 29, 2015
FIFA Crisis: If I was scamming for 30 years then who gave me the money, asks indicted WarnerWarner donned a cap and a garland of flowers to give a lengthy, defiant speech against Blatter before a crowd of raucous supporters in the district he represents as an opposition member of Parliament
May 29, 2015
Why is Sepp Blatter still expected to win? A look at the vote-share in FIFA congressFIFA's 209 members are expected to elect President Sepp Blatter to a fifth term on May 29 despite a string of scandals including the indictment of nine football officials this week by the U.S. government.
May 29, 2015
Australia to vote for Prince Ali in FIFA electionsFootball Federation Australia will seek a fresh start for football's governing body FIFA and vote for Prince Ali bin Al-Hussein as its next president, FFA Chairman Frank Lowy said Thursday.
May 27, 2015
FIFA's corruption crisis: Reactions from around the worldFootball's governing body FIFA was rocked early Wednesday morning by the arrests of six senior officials. Reactions came in from from ex-players and officials, as well from Jack Warner, one of those indicted by the DOJ but who resigned from FIFA in 2011. He has claimed he is innocent of all crimes.
May 06, 2013
FIFA VP backs India's bid for U-17 World CupThe FIFA Executive Committee, of which Al Hussein is a member, is expected to name the host country for the 2017 FIFA Under-17 World Cup later this year.