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  • When he left 24 years later, he said there was $4 billion in the coffers, $100 million worth of property and soccer's governing body had more members than the United Nations.During his presidency the Brazilian, who died at the age of FUT Coins 100 on Tuesday, transformed FIFA and its flagship competition, the World Cup.

    Havelange ushered in big-money sponsorship of the finals, turning them into a highly lucrative operation that had television networks and some of the world's largest corporations falling over themselves to get a slice of the action.On the field the World Cup went from 16 teams in 1974, almost all drawn from Europe and South America, to 32 in 1998, most of the added places going to the confederations of Africa.

    Asia and North and Central America.But Havelange was frequently criticised for being autocratic, his reign was tainted with allegations of corruption and his career ended in disgrace.

    In 2013 he resigned as honorary FIFA president after the Cheap FIFA Coins Ethics Committee ruled he had taken bribes from the now-defunct sports marketing agency ISL.A report by FIFA ethics judge Hans-Joachim Eckert described his behaviour as "morally and ethically reproachable".