Posta Rangers ownership may revert back to the old management if statement by former Football Kenya Federation boss Sam Nyamweya is implemented.
Nyamweya handed over the club to the Postal Corporation of Kenya in 2013 after Rangers FC was relegated to the lower tier the previous season.
But Nyamweya, who has since announced that he will be making a return to football management having hanged on his football leadership boots in 2016, said that he might reconsider taking back the club from Posta.
“I cant say that will be vying for FKF presidency but am busy with football activities helping clubs like Shabana and Posta Rangers which was my club and at some point, I might want it back. Its part of my therapy,” Nyamweya told Citizen TV.
Nyamweya also lashed at Nick Mwendwa’s administration, saying that the FKF boss has failed to deliver on the promises he made to Kenyan football during the last campaign.
The veteran administrator, however, refused to state whether he will contest against Mwendwa in the forthcoming football elections set for 2020. He explained though that he remains keen to be active in the sport.
"I cannot comment on the next election at the moment. I am more interested in football activities in the country because of Mwendwa.
"It was wrong for him to take me to court. I feel that I could have stayed longer and served for another five-year term to complete my projects but I don't have regrets for stepping down."
FKF is set to go to the national polls in 2020.