(WFI) The head of the Asian Football Development Project (AFDP) tells INSIDER that world football is not doing enough to promote a social agenda and calls on Asian football to utilize the power of the game to develop their societies.
July 8 – World Football INSIDER looks ahead to the key events in the global football business.
June 14 – World Football INSIDER rounds up the week’s press releases from the global football business.
Oct. 12 – Prince Ali Bin Al-Hussein offers his views on repairing FIFA’s image in the wake of a series of damaging bribery scandals. And the Jordanian sets out his vision for his four-year term as a vice-president of the Ex-Co. He talks exclusively to INSIDER’s Christian Radnedge.
2/2/2011 UEFA insists its tough financial fair play rules will be met despite Premier League clubs spending $365m on new signings during the January window… Euro 2012 tickets set to go on sale… Platini holds talks with new FIFA vice-president Prince Ali Bin Al Hussein. INSIDER’s James Corbett reports.
8/1/2011 In his first major interview since his election as FIFA vice president, Prince Ali Bin al-Hussein of Jordan, says that he seeks to unite Asian football and lays out his plans for his four-year term. INSIDER’s James Corbett spoke to him in Doha.
6/1/2011 Asia’s Olympics leader Sheikh Ahmad Al-Fahad Al-Sabah says today’s victory for Jordan’s Prince Ali in the FIFA vice presidential elections at the AFC Congress guarantees Sepp Blatter a huge chunk of support when he stands for re-election as FIFA president in the summer. INSIDER’s James Corbett reports from Doha.