Prince Ali al-Hussein is one of the candidates least tainted by corruption – but is probably still unlikely to win the vote. Photo: AP Prince Ali al-Hussein is one of the candidates least tainted by corruption – but is probably still unlikely to win the vote. Photo: AP
Prince Ali al-Hussein is one of the candidates least tainted by corruption – but is probably still unlikely to win the vote. Photo: AP
Fifa

Q&A: Fifa presidential candidate Prince Ali bin al-Hussein on his plans to save football

Prince Ali al-Hussein, of Jordan, is among five candidates vying to become president of embattled football world governing body Fifa. He gave the Post an insight into his plans for the game – and China in particular

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Prince Ali al-Hussein is one of the candidates least tainted by corruption – but is probably still unlikely to win the vote. Photo: AP Prince Ali al-Hussein is one of the candidates least tainted by corruption – but is probably still unlikely to win the vote. Photo: AP
Prince Ali al-Hussein is one of the candidates least tainted by corruption – but is probably still unlikely to win the vote. Photo: AP
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