THE Lautoka Football Association council has given the mandate to the president Shalendra Prasad to do a major clean-up within the executives and the team management after allegations of internal bickering surfaced.
A total of 20 players signed a petition seeking the removal of Prasad upon his return from leave of absence last week.
During the meeting on Monday, the club delegates questioned as to why the players were dictating terms.
The LFA council members also accepted the resignation of vice-president Abdul Khaiyum Rafiq.
They handed Prasad full authority to sack the executives and team management who were not performing their duties.
Prasad said changes were bound to happen.
He said they would be looking for sponsors for their Courts Inter District Competition campaign.
"Some people will certainly be going home and we will be appointing others on interim basis," Prasad said.
"It is sad that problems are surfacing so near to the IDC. LFA has financial constraints and we are trying to resolve that. Some senior players instigated the move against me. I know who they are. Those players who formally apologised are back at training."
Meanwhile, the Blues will be training without a coach until such time when an appointment is made. This is after interim coach Lambert Sarju was shown the door out.
During the council meeting, former coach Roblyn Autar offered to guide the Blues free of charge.
Prasad said Autar's offer was under consideration.
He said former players and coaches from overseas had also offered their services to help the Lautoka team in the IDC.