FOLLOWING hiccups with logistics last weekend, Navua Football Association president Gopal Naidu has called on his fellow officials to shape up or ship out.
Issues arose after no bus was provided for the team to travel to Sigatoka's Lawaqa Park on Saturday for their match against Tavua.
Naidu said some officials were just holding positions but not doing any work.
He said a meeting would be called sometime this week to discuss the positions of the officials with main emphasis on the vice-presidents.
"We have some issues where office bearers are just holding positions and not doing any work," Naidu said.
"As a result, we will call a meeting sometime this week to sort out the matters with the officials," he said.
"We will request for office bearers to vacate the post if they are not willing to help the district."
He said the main aim for the officials this year was to help the district reach the top four in the National Football League.
"If officials are not willing to work towards that goal then they will be asked to leave so that we can appoint officials who have the district at heart and are willing to actually do some work."
Naidu yesterday had to clear dues for the Vashist Muni Primary Schools grounds the team uses for training and for minivan fare for transporting players to and from Nakaulevu for training.
Meanwhile, Navua players who featured against Tavua will be given $100 bonus each for their 4-0 win with $50 each going to the non-playing reserves.