IAN Holloway has slammed the "embarrassing" FIFA investigation into possible World Cup corruption.
A FIFA report has cleared Qatar and Russia of any wrongdoing after they surprisingly won the rights to host the competition in 2018 and 2022.
But despite this, a "criminal complaint" has now been submitted to Switzerland's attorney general over "suspected unlawful activity" during the bidding process.
If the 2022 World Cup goes ahead in Qatar, it is likely that English football will have to take a winter break – severely disrupting Millwall's season.
Holloway blasted: "Football looks a bit of a joke right now. How can we be told what to do by FIFA with all the shenanigans going on around the World Cup?
"They've investigated themselves – it’s quite embarrassing. I find it very, very embarrassing actually.
"Who in their right mind wants to go to Qatar and play football in that sort of heat? It's ridiculous. Right from the off, you knew something was wrong with that.
"It's alright giving different countries a chance, but you can't give Qatar a chance without changing the dates of the World Cup.
"We all knew that from day one but it's not possible because the rest of football can't just change, can it? I just do not understand what is going on."
Holloway has also reiterated his plea for referees to use video technology. He added: "As a country, we should be able to stand up and say what we think.
"It won’t change the game – it can all be done very quickly if the fourth official sits in the stand and watches the games, just like rugby referees do."