FIFA has cleared executive committee member Worawi Makudi of suspicion that he profited from football development projects in Thailand.

Makudi was suspected of breaching conflict-of-interest ethics rules after the Football Association of Thailand used $860,000 of FIFA funding to build fields and offices on land his family was believed to own.

FIFA says that Makudi had provided documents which showed he donated the land in question to the FAT.

FIFA says ''no proceedings have been opened against Mr. Makudi and the matter is now closed.''

Makudi, who got a second four-year term as FAT president this year, has been a member of the FIFA executive committee for 14 years.