JOSEPH Mishra needs to appeal to the Fiji Football Association within the next six days to have any chance of playing for Labasa this season.
Fiji Football Association chief executive officer Bob Kumar said Mishra failed to accommodate an appeal fee while submitting his appeal against the Suva Football Association's decision to suspend him.
"Suva Football Association suspended Mishra who had appealed against the decision but did not accommodate an appeal fee," Kumar said in a statement.
"He would now need to seek assistance from Fiji FA.
"Another issue in regards to the transfer is a $2400 release fee which is demanded by Suva but denied by Mishra."
Fiji FA also made decisions on other players in disputes during the latest transfer window.
Kumar said Dinesh Mudaliar's request to seek release from Suva FA and join Nasinu had been put on hold.
He said Samabula club president Rajesh Prakash was out of country and would need to provide documents for the $4000 transfer fee demanded.
"Fiji FA has advised Nasinu Football that Mudaliar can be released if they deposited the transfer fee of $4000 into the account of Fiji FA which will be refundable when the process is complete and Samabula not being able to justify the demand," Kumar added.
Kumar also said Ratu Penaia Latianara's case was still pending as Nasinu FA had been asked to provide evidence for the $750 transfer fee demanded.
Latianara seeks transfer from Nasinu to join Navua.
Meanwhile, James Mckay has withdrawn his request to seek release from Suva to join Rewa
And Rewa Football Association has agreed to release Emori Rokoboa and Mosese Gadai to Taveuni.