FIJI Football Association vice president and Nadi soccer boss Jitendra Kumar was given time until the end of May to finalise his options to either stay with the parent body or the district association.
In February during the Fiji FA extraordinary congress it was passed that no elected executives of the district associations could hold positions within the Fiji FA hierarchy.
The dual role was quashed in order to bring about transparency.
Yogeshwar Singh (Rewa) and Kumar were the two district presidents elected as Fiji FA vice presidents during the ordinary congress in Suva last October.
However, after the new ruling was passed by the congress, Singh offered his resignation as the Rewa boss.
At the Fiji FA board of control meeting in Ba yesterday it was decided that Kumar be given time to sort out his issues with the Nadi executives.
Fiji FA president Rajesh Patel said Kumar had been given over a month.
"Jitendra has until the end of May to decide on his options," Patel said.
"He certainly has a lot of things to sort out with his executives.
"On May 30 he has to come up with one portfolio that is to either stay with the parent body or with his district association."
During the elections last year there were two vacant positions for vice president in the Western Division.
One was for Doctor Hari Kewal's position whose four-year term had ended while the other was for Patel's position who had stepped down to vie for the presidency.
However Patel still had two years remaining in his capacity.