Jean-Marie Havelange is humiliated by the elimination of the Brazilian team in the 1966 World Cup.
Havelange travels to Africa to win votes in the countries that the Europeans abandoned.
Havelange faces decisive moments in the FIFA presidential elections; Isabel and Castor get closer.
João wins the election by one vote and becomes the new FIFA president; Isabel moves with him to Switzerland but she does not adapt to the place or to her role as João's wife.
Havelange plans a World Cup in Argentina but this is endangered by the coup d'état; Käser and the Europeans plan to change the venue and ensure that no one will secure the World Cup.
Havelange faces his first World Cup as FIFA president; a banned video against the military regime is leaked.
Maria Fernanda Cândido
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