Zurich - Voting started Friday in the election for FIFA's new president, with 207 national associations approved to cast ballots at the congress in Zurich where Sepp Blatter's replacement will be chosen.
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The four remaining candidates need a two-thirds majority to secure a first round win. If the election goes to a second round, only a simple majority of votes is needed for victory.
The field was reduced when South African tycoon Tokyo Sexwale withdrew minutes before voting began.