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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Prince Ali welcomes Van Praag in election race for FIFA presidency

Dutchman Michael van Praag has announced he will stand against Sepp Blatter in the FIFA presidential election.
ESPN FC's Dale Johnson looks at whether Luis Figo's candidacy for FIFA presidency will further dilute the vote against Sepp Blatter.
Former French international David Ginola explains his reasoning to run for the FIFA presidency, indicating he wants to help restore FIFA's image.
FIFA presidential candidate Jerome Champagne has labelled David Ginola's campaign a 'stunt'.
FIFA president Sepp Blatter says he is confident in his campaign for a fifth term in office.

FIFA presidential candidate Prince Ali Bin Al-Hussein of Jordan has offered a diplomatic welcoming to the news that Dutch football-chief Michael Van Praag is putting himself forward for the FIFA presidential elections due to take place in May.

Van Praag led a European rebellion against Sepp Blatter last summer and Prince Ali sees it as a good for the credibility of FIFA.

"We welcome other credible colleagues from the football family who want to join a debate about the future of FIFA," he told Inside...

Dutch FA chief wants one term as president to reform FIFA

Dutchman Michael van Praag has announced he will stand against Sepp Blatter in the FIFA presidential election.

AMSTERDAM -- Dutch football association chief Michael van Praag says he wants to clean up FIFA's sullied image and expand the World Cup if he succeeds Sepp Blatter as president.

FIFA under Blatter's stewardship, "is doing badly and has lost all credibility," the 67-year-old administrator said at Amsterdam's Olympic Stadium on Wednesday.

"FIFA is constantly under suspicion. Of conflicts of interest, of nepotism, of corruption.''

Van Praag offered an olive branch to Blatter -- who is widely expected...

FIFA won't re-open Qatar World Cup vote - DFB chief

Fifa president Sepp Blatter says football's world governing body needs to restore its credibility following the acrimonious fall-out from the decision to award the next two World Cups to Russia and Qatar.

FIFA will not reopen the voting for the 2022 World Cup unless new evidence emerges, according to the German FA (DFB) president, despite a Council of Europe report claiming that the original process was "fundamentally undermined by illegality."

American lawyer Michael Garcia had led an investigation into the process that saw Russia awarded the 2018 tournament and Qatar selected as hosts for 2022 after a vote in 2010, but he quit FIFA last month in protest over the handling of his findings.

Garcia...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Luis Figo to challenge Sepp Blatter for FIFA presidency

ESPN FC's Dale Johnson looks at whether Luis Figo's candidacy for FIFA presidency will further dilute the vote against Sepp Blatter.
Dutchman Michael van Praag has announced he will stand against Sepp Blatter in the FIFA presidential election.
Former French international David Ginola explains his reasoning to run for the FIFA presidency, indicating he wants to help restore FIFA's image.
FIFA presidential candidate Jerome Champagne has labelled David Ginola's campaign a 'stunt'.
FIFA president Sepp Blatter says he is confident in his campaign for a fifth term in office.

Luis Figo has announced that he intends to challenge Sepp Blatter in the FIFA presidential elections.

Former Portugal star Figo is one of a number of candidates to have recently declared their interest in the role, which will be decided by a...

 By PA Sport

English FA to support Prince Ali's FIFA presidency bid, reports say

England's FA will support Jordan's Prince Ali Bin Al Hussein, left, in his run for FIFA president against Sepp Blatter, right.

The Football Association is to throw its weight behind Prince Ali Bin Al Hussein's campaign for the FIFA presidency, according to Press Association sources and multiple media reports.

FA chairman Greg Dyke has offered the association's backing to the Jordanian prince and to nominate him to stand against Sepp Blatter, PA reported.

Discussions have taken place between FA board members ahead of a meeting on Thursday and the decision has been taken to support Prince Ali, who has led calls for further...