(FILES) This file photo taken on December 19, 2015 shows FIFA presidential candidate Prince Ali Bin Al Hussein of Jordan answers questions during an interview in Tokyo. / AFP / TORU YAMANAKA
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FIFA presidential contender Prince Ali bin al Hussein said Friday he was "fully confident" of winning the corruption-plagued organisation's leadership ballot next month, provided the vote is clean.However, Prince Ali said his campaign was still gaining momentum as he criss-crosses the globe shoring up support.He secured votes from 73 of FIFA's 209 member associations during a failed attempt to oust Blatter last year and said his numbers had since improved.Prince Ali said the best way for FIFA to ensure it was clean was to open the books to proper scrutiny.
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