"They (Polish government) have to realize they are playing with Euro 2012. How can we trust a government to host the tournament .... if they fail to meet the deadline then it is likely we cannot go on," the spokesman said.
Poland's arbitration tribunal suspended the PZPN (FA) board and named an administrator a week ago after Sports Minister Miroslaw Drzewiecki filed a motion saying it had violated the law in a number of cases.
FIFA, whose rules forbid government interference, said Warsaw must reinstate the FA or risk being suspended from this month's two World Cup qualifying matches.
"They will be suspended if they don't meet the deadline," a source close to the matter told Reuters on Monday.