With the SLFA hoping to revive the domestic league for the first time since it was halted midway through the 2014 season due to the Ebola epidemic, the SLFA members are still kicking against playing football under the Isha Johansen’s led administration.
Robert insisted that their position still remains the same adding that the SLFA must respect the Association constitution by taking the membership to congress and address the issues affecting the game in the country.
"We, together with other Premier League clubs, didn't take part in the FA Cup because the executive committee has refused to convene a congress and we have no regret not playing in the FA Cup," Robert told the BBC.
Other premier league clubs who have shared similar sentiments are; Mighty Blackpool, East End Lions, Anti-Drugs FC- a team hosted and owned by the SLFA members chairman Alhaji Unisa Alim Sesay.
Meanwhile, the SLFA is determined to go ahead with the league as planned.
For the SLFA director of competitions Sorie Ibrahim Sesay, has said that the executive committee has the power to bring in teams from lower divisions to fill in a gap if any team boycotted the league.
He told the BBC: "We have decided as a football association is to empower the regional football associations to run their various first and second divisions leagues within the next three months.
Recently, 10 of the 14 premier league clubs have refused to take part in the FA Cup which was eventually won by FC Johansen- a team owned by the SLFA president.