The rape scandal at a training camp organized by the Afghani national football team in Jordan last February has sparked widespread controversy, amid ...
Urges ew president Gianni Infantino focus on implementing changes rather than issues such as proposals to expand the World Cup
The two Arab candidates failed to cooperate, leaving the door open for Swiss Gianni Infantino to triumph
Gianni Infantino of Switzerland wins FIFA presidential election with 115 votes
The Court of Arbitration for Sport rejected a demand for transparent voting booths to be used in the FIFA presidential election
Whoever takes over from the Swiss will lead the sport into a new era
FIFA is engulfed in a scandal that has led to the indictment of several dozen leading officials in the United States
Some national teams have been given unfavorable fixtures for failing to toe the political line inside soccer’s world governing body
Ahmed Eid, head of the Saudi Football Federation, has stressed the vote of his country in the presidency of FIFA elections will be in the service of ...
Prince Ali's campaign team on Saturday published a three-page letter of endorsement signed by Liberia federation president Musa Bility
A FIFA decision to block funding for the scandal-hit North and South American regional soccer bodies was criticized by presidential candidate Prince ...
AFC President Sheikh Salman Bin Ebrahim Al Khalifa is expected to win the bulk of support among the 46 members
Prince Ali’s manifesto calls for a maximum of two four-year terms as there is currently no limit
Prince Ali Bin Al-Hussein of Jordan is one of five men seeking to replace Sepp Blatter in February’s special elective vote
The seven candidates must face integrity checks under FIFA's code of ethics after the worst corruption crisis in its history
andidates must register their presidential bids by Monday and then face an integrity check within 10 days
The election to replace departing leader Sepp Blatter is currently scheduled for Feb. 26
Even if Platini and Chong were still vying to replace Blatter, Prince Ali would be the only candidate promising true reform
The Jordanian prince is Platini’s main rival in a February election to replace Sepp Blatter
Platini is the front-runner to replace Sepp Blatter in February
sources: he would make his announcement later this week
Still, Prince Ali has not committed to making a second bid to be president and enact that change
Prince Ali bin Al Hussein of Jordan has described Michel Platini’s decision to stand for the post as “not good for FIFA.”
Spokesmen for both men declined to comment on details of the talks held in the south of France, where Platini has a vacation home
Prince Ali says the scandal-scarred FIFA needs an interim leader from outside soccer to oversee the next election
Prince Ali would bring new blood and a clean professional slate to FIFA
Up to 209 FIFA members will choose between Blatter and his sole challenger Prince Ali bin Al Hussein of Jordan
Prince Ali’s FIFA election team says it rejected an offer for access to Blatter's financial information
The 39-year-old Jordanian royal is standing against Blatter along with Michael van Praag
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