Richard Dunne feels Fifa are 'taking the mickey' out of Republic of Ireland.
Fifa president Sepp Blatter revealed that whilst proceedings had been opened against Thierry Henry following his handball in the World Cup play-off which literally handed France their winner against Ireland.
But Dunne does not care what Fifa are going to be doing to Henry.
"It doesn't affect me one little bit what Fifa will do with Thierry Henry," he said.
"Whether he plays in the World Cup or not, I won't be. Whatever Fifa do will probably be wrong anyway.
"From the moment the rules were changed for the play-offs, when the seedings were brought in, it was decided they wanted France through.
"It's always the same way Fifa think about Irish football. Unless you are a massive country or have massive sponsorship you're not going to be welcome.
"What's this award that Fifa are going to give to Ireland? It is FIFA taking the mickey - give the Irish a plaque instead of going to the World Cup. It's a sop.
"They can keep it. I would be very surprised if Robbie Keane, our captain, was going over to collect it."