The 58-year-old was speaking in the wake of a chemical attack which killed 89 Syrians, including children last week.
The horrific gassing was allegedly carried out by the Assad regime and led the US to launch 59 tomahawk missiles at one of the Government’s military bases.
Nick Ferrari argued in favour of removing the 2018 World Cup from Russia
How on earth can we go and play football there in less than a year?
Now, with just over 12 months until kick-off, Russia’s compatibility of hosting the World Cup is being brought into question.
Speaking on his LBC show on Monday, Ferrari led the calls for the tournament to be moved, as he thundered: “How on earth can we go and play football there in less than a year?
"I don't know how difficult it would be, I can't imagine it would be that difficult. Well, they've got questions, of course, to be asked about the administrative prowess of FIFA."
The LBC presenter is not happy the tournament will go ahead despite Putin's backing of Assad
He continued: ”But wouldn't it simply make sense to say 'I'll tell you what, we're not going to Russia.
“We're not going to Russia because it just looks and feels and tastes wrong. And, we've got too many security concerns with all these football players wandering around Russia at this time’.”
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Last week, a Russian TV host warned the country may lose its plans to host the World Cup, this time over safety fears.
Russia will host the World Cup in 2018
Ksenia Sobchack, a presenter whose father gave Putin his start in politics, called out the Russian president over his handling of the St Petersburg train bombing.
The 35-year-old socialite said: “Our relations with the world, might go sour. And the Cup – your new toy – will be cancelled.”
A few days before the metro bomb, which killed 14, Russian security services launched a tough crackdown on teenage anti-Putin protestors.
Claiming St Petersburg was still unsafe, she asked: “Are you sure this is a reasonable distribution of force?”
Meanwhile, Foreign Ministers from the G7 will begin a two-day meeting on Monday in Italy to try and form a unified response to the chemical attack.
The seven countries, including Britain, US, Japan and Canada, will focus on pressuring Vladimir Putin to distance himself from the Syrian President.