Transparency International says FIFA should order independent investigations into corruption allegations to overcome a ''crisis of trust'' in world soccer.

The global anti-corruption watchdog says an independent panel including fans, sponsors, clubs and members of the media should oversee widespread reforms.

FIFA President Sepp Blatter asked Transparency International for advice after allegations of election bribery, World Cup vote-rigging and officials unethically seeking favors tarnished the organization's reputation.

Transparency International's report recommends that FIFA publish detailed financial reports, including executive bonuses and staff salaries. It also advises FIFA to protect whistleblowers, limit elected officials' terms and insist that countries comply with reforms before entering the World Cup.