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FIFA election candidates: Who can replace Sepp Blatter in February?

FIFA has announced that it will elect its new president to replace Sepp Blatter on Feb. 26, 2016. Here are the top candidates who could take over.

Michel Platini

Platini has been a vocal opponent of the current regime.

The 60-year-old UEFA president is the clear favourite now that Asia has swung behind Europe, South America and CONCACAF in supporting the Frenchman.

Chances: very good

Prince Ali bin al-Hussein

Prince Ali needs to make inroads in Asia to gain more support.
Prince Ali was beaten by Blatter earlier this year.

Asia's backing for Platini means it is now unlikely that Prince Ali will stand again -- the Jordanian was comprehensively beaten by Sepp Blatter in May.

Chances: slim

Tokyo Sexwale

Tokyo Sexwale addresses the United Nations forum on racism and football.
Africa is a huge powerbase and Sexwale could find support.

The former anti-apartheid activist who was imprisoned with Nelson Mandela would be a strong choice from Africa but might struggle to gain support from other confederations. He has been appointed to lead a FIFA committee monitoring Palestine/Israel.

Chances: fair to slim

Sheikh Ahmad Al Fahad Al Sabah

Sheikh Ahmad has a fine reputation in FIFA already.

The sports powerbroker from Kuwait already rules the roost in Olympic circles and Asian football. He has just been elected to FIFA's executive committee, but now it appears he would support Platini.

Chances: slim

Issa Hayatou

Issa Hayatou has been re-elected as president of the Confederation of African Football
Africa's most powerful man may choose not to take the stage.

Poor health and questions about his own history within FIFA mean he is unlikely to stand despite being president of the powerful Confederation of African Football.

Chances: slim

Zico

A famous former player and manager, but could he take on the top job?

The former Brazil international has declared he wants to stand for the FIFA presidency but has little if any experience in football politics.

Chances: very slim

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