With the report that came out last week essentially clearing FIFA/Qatar/Russia of any wrongdoing in the awarding of the 2018 and 2022 World Cups, it's once again brought FIFA and its dodgy reputation in the headlines.
Former FA chairman David Bernstein said it was time for drastic action against football's world governing body.
He believes the tournament would not be taken seriously without Europe's major nations and that a boycott would be supported by the English public.
Bernstein has also resigned from Fifa's anti-discrimination taskforce.
He described it as "ineffectual" and wishes to end his ties with Fifa.
In an exclusive interview, the 71-year-old also said:
• Fifa is a "totalitarian" set-up that reminds him of "the old Soviet empire" and is "beyond ridicule".
• The credibility of football is "suffering enormously" under the current Fifa regime.
• Choosing Qatar to host the 2022 World Cup was "one of the most ludicrous decisions in the history of sport".
• Fifa president Sepp Blatter will remain in power "unless someone does something about it".
Bernstein has chosen to speak out following the publication of a report into the bidding process for the 2018 and 2022 World Cups.
The Fifa document looked at allegations of corruption but appeared to clear Russia and Qatar, who will host the tournaments, of any wrongdoing.
Begs several questions really.
> If England led the boycott, would other nations follow?
> Would there be public/fan backing of this kind of boycott?
> Would big corporate sponsors (McDonalds, Coca Cola, etc) feel pressured to pull their support, and actually do so?
Interested in people’s thoughts.