How FKF plots to take full ownership of KPL

Football Kenya Federation president Nick Mwendwa addressing a press conference on February 7, 2017 at FKF Goal Project Offices in Kasarani. PHOTO | CHRIS OMOLLO |

What you need to know:

  • Mwendwa said that among other things to be reformed was having an elected chairman at the KPL whose offices will be moved to the Goal Project at Kasarani were the federation is based.
  • Under current KPL rules the club that wins the league provides the chairman of the KPL Governing Council.
  • The changes however are subject to his re-election into the second term during the February 2020 elections.
  • Mwendwa will be in Lucerne, Switzerland next Wednesday to defend an appeals case by former Harambee Stars coach filed by Adel Amrouche against FKF at the Court of Arbitration for Sports (CAS)

The Football Kenya Federation is set to take over the Kenyan Premier League Limited upon the expiry of the league managers’ contract between the two parties in September 2020.

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