Prince Ali plans 'more open' Fifa

Fifa presidential candidate Prince Ali Bin Al Hussein says he wants to deliver "a more open" organisation.

The Jordanian prince, 39, will stand as a candidate at Fifa's presidential election on 29 May, when Sepp Blatter, 78, will seek a fifth term of office.

Ali is the brother-in-law of leading racehorse owner Sheikh Mohammed, the ruler of Dubai, and successfully championed the lifting of Fifa's ban on the hijab in women's football.

Top videos