PARIS (AFP) - Prince Ali bin Al Hussein, who has twice stood for the FIFA presidency, on Thursday referred to as on world football’s governing body to take less attackable action in opposition to Afghanistan’s soccer chief over allegations of sexual attack on contributors of the usa’s ladies’s crew.

FIFA this week prolonged the suspension of Afghan football Federation (AFF) president Keramuddin Karim by using ninety days at the recommendation of the investigating arm of its ethics fee.

"This further extension is an added put off and it's miles essential that the research into the allegations against the president is made an absolute precedence," Prince Ali said.


"serious sanctions ought to be taken against the AFF and all its presiding staff contributors, till the AFF can display that safeguarding policies and procedures are in vicinity," the Jordanian prince introduced in a statement.

"All AFF officials who are implicated in the present day crisis should now not be approved to face for the approaching election to the AFC executive Committee or every other FIFA or AFC committee."

He endorsed establishing new guidelines for Afghan players and referees, starting off "what is suitable and irrelevant behavior".

The scandal erupted in December while British newspaper the dad or mum stated that one member of the Afghanistan girls’s crew, Khalida Popal, had accumulated accounts from former teammates that protected sexual violence, death threats and rapes.

Afghan President Ashraf Ghani stated at the time that he became "shocked."

Karim has denied the accusations, pronouncing he's the victim of a "conspiracy" this is "without proof."