Triesman has been a long-term critic of the world governing body and made allegations of ‘improper and unethical’ behaviour by four FIFA members in the House of Commons in 2011.
The 72-year-old, who resigned from his FA and World Cup 2018 bid posts in 2010, says he doubts the capacity of any of the current FIFA presidential candidates to change a “deep-seated culture” of corruption.
He told Sky Sports News HQ: “I don’t think they’ve achieved any reforms yet. They keep saying they’re on the way but I’ve heard that quite a number of times in the past.
“It’s a very deep-seated culture, and a very bad one, and it takes a lot of eradicating. My feeling is that it would be better to tear the model up and start again.
“My suspicion is that it’s in terminal decline as an organisation – too many people know the truth about it. skysports.com/football/news/11095/10162003/scrap-fifa-and-start-again-says-lord-triesman