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    Posted under Sports by admin on Thursday 19 November 2015 at 4:28 pm

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    Prince Ali has said if he was elected FIFA president, he would 'unlock all doors and windows' and improve the reputation. ZURICH — Too many FIFA member federations are secretive about what they do and how they spend money, according to an anti-corruption monitor's study.
    A total of 168 of the 209 FIFA members fail to make financial reports publicly available, Transparency International said in research published on Thursday.
    "The risk of corruption at too many football associations around the world is high," TI managing director Cobus de Swardt said in a statement. "This problem is made worse by the lack of information…

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