A CLOUD of doubt surrounds the availability of the Tavua team for the opening round of the Fiji Sun/GP Batteries National Football League this weekend.
The Tavua Football Association is facing an administrational crisis with the resignation of its fourth president in just over six months.
Shalendra Roy, who took over as president from the late Solo Nakulanisa in 2010, tendered his resignation last July.
He was replaced by Mohammed Rizwan as interim president but his term was short-lived after he was suspended by the Fiji Football Association.
Ummat Mohammed then created history by taking over from Rizwan as the first lady president, however, she resigned in August after failing to get support from the rank.
Sailesh Kumar took over the role from Mohammed and guided the team through the Inter District Championship but quit the position recently.
Fiji Football Association president Rajesh Patel said the board of control was yet to decide on the fate of the TFA.
Tavua is billed to face Rewa at Lawaqa Park in Sigatoka at 1pm this Saturday.