Former Federation of Uganda Football Associations (FUFA) President Lawrence Mulindwa could be eyeing a return to the position he left in 2013.
While at a graduation ceremony for his daughters held at the newly built St Mary’s Stadium Kitende, Mulindwa reacted to comments made by FUFA Vice President Dennis Mbidde who had labelled him a “leper” among other things on a social media post.
“I willingly left but if such insane remarks continue uncontrolled, then I will be left with no option but return and show some of these people the class I am made of”, Mulindwa reportedly said.
Mulindwa has also had a troubled relationship with his successor Moses Magogo, his former right hand man at FUFA. Speculation of Mulindwa returning to FUFA started when he constructed a new stadium for his club Vipers FC.