FIJI Football Association vice-president Sheik Ibrahim has asked players to stay put with the districts they play for.
With the transfer window opening next month, the senior Fiji FA official said movement of players would affect the momentum gained by the National Football League (NFL).
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Ibrahim said it would be wiser for the districts to look for avenues and retain the players and develop them to get better results later in the year.
"I request players to stay wherever they are at the moment for the whole of this season," Ibrahim said.
"It's no use moving to another district just at the beginning of the season.
"It's better for the players to stay with the districts they are in and help them achieve the goals they have set for this season."
Ibrahim also said districts should refrain from acquiring players from the underperforming teams like Tavua and Savusavu.
"Because they are the ones responsible for these teams performance and it would not be wise for other districts to get them and make these teams weaker."
Ibrahim, however, said districts should help Ba out which would be representing the nation at the Oceania League this year.