Former FIFA boss Sepp Blatter says incumbent Gianni Infantino "is not a good president" and has criticised his successor for his decision to live in Qatar ahead of the 2202 World Cup.
Football's world governing body confirmed on Thursday that Infantino has moved from Zurich to Doha on a temporary basis to oversee the build-up to the World Cup in December.
Blatter called that decision "incomprehensible" and "outrageous" on French radio on Thursday.
"He is not a good president, and I must say it. He is not doing his job properly," Zurich told Europe 1 Sport.
"I would never have thought of going to live in the capital where we play the World Cup.
"The place of the president of FIFA is the place where FIFA has its headquarters, in Zurich."