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MELBOURNE, Australia - FIFA presidential candidate Prince Ali Bin Al Hussein says FIFA will be a more transparent and progressive governing body if he is successful in defeating incumbent chief Sepp Blatter in an upcoming election.Prince Ali, 39, announced his presidential plans this week and vowed sweeping reforms to clean up an administration that he feels has become bogged down by bribery allegations and scandals in the awarding of World Cup tournaments.FIFA as an organization tends to be a bit secretive, the Jordanian prince said in Melbourne on Saturday where hes attending Asian Football Confederation meetings running alongside the Asian Cup football tournament.But its the most popular sport in the world — we should be confident and happy to be open and engaged with everyone. We have to bring the administration of the sport into the current time that we live in. Change is inevitable and Im here to work for a positive change.Blatter, 78, is seeking a fifth term in the job he assumed 17 years ago. The election will be held in Zurich on May 29.Prince Alis decision to run against Blatter came as a surprise to his own confederation president, Sheik Salman Bin Ebrahim Al Khalifa, with the Asian football chief saying he would support Blatter.Prince Ali, head of the Jordanian national football association, conceded he has a huge task ahead of him to win the support of the majority of the national federations around the globe, but he pledged to spend the coming months building consensus in the football world.Im not worrying about numbers at the moment, he said. 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Irving made his first shot of the night on a layup a little over three minutes into the game.MACAU, Macau -- Robert Garcia, the trainer of Brandon Rios, said Friday that Manny Pacquiao is showing signs of coming to the end of his career and vulnerable in the WBO welterweight title fight. Pacquiao is coming off two losses and has not fought since his devastating knockout defeat at the hands of Juan Manuel Marquez almost a year ago. Garcia said hes noticed subtle signs of decline in the Filipino boxer, once considered the best pound-for-pound fighter in the world. "Everybodys end comes someday and it could be this fight," Garcia said. "He does have a lot to lose in this fight, and thats pressure not only for him but his trainer and everybody in his camp." "There are things Ive seen in his last two fights that maybe a lot of people who havent fought dont see. I went through those things and I already see them ... A lot of fighters go through the same things, they dont even tell their wives, but I can see it in him." Pacquiaos trainer Freddie Roach bristled when told of Garcias comments. There has been no love lost between the two camps since a physical altercation between them in the training gym on Wednesday. "When does he watch my guy? Does he see my guy train every day, does he see the sacrifices my guy goes through, does he see the roadwork we do every day?" Roach said. "If Manny shows any sign of slippage in training camp Id be the first to tell him its time to quit, and its not time yet for sure. I hhope they are overconfident because Manny is going to destroy this guy.dddddddddddd" The undercard for the fight at The Venetian casino in Macau begins Saturday night, followed by the main event about 3 hours later. It begins early Sunday local time. Pacquiaos contentious points loss to Timothy Bradley, followed by his frightening knockout against Marquez had raised questions about whether he could ever get back to his top form, with Garcia among the doubters. "The Manny of three, four years before should have beaten Bradley," Garcia said. "Marquez is 40 years old and Pacquiao was supposed to beat him, to knock him out. Pacquiao got tired and he got knocked out, it wouldnt have happened three or four years ago. He hasnt dropped anybody since 2009." Roach acknowledged Pacquiaos recent failure to knock out opponents -- dating back to his victory over Miguel Cotto in 2009 -- but said the Filipino fighter was eager to do so as way of announcing his return to the peak of the sport. "He could have knocked out a couple of guys since then, but his compassion got in his way," Roach said. "Coming off two losses, he knows he has to be impressive, and being impressive is not winning by close decision, being impressive is winning by knockout. 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