Former Gor coach Kerr moves to South Africa
Dylan Kerr appointed Black leopards Coach
Coach Dylan Kerr
Just five days after resigning as the Gor Mahia head coach, Dylan Kerr has officially been unveiled as the coach of South African PSL side Black leopards on a two-year contract. The British tactician arrived in Limpopo region, South Africa on Monday and held discussion with the club where an egreement was reached.
“I am happy to get another chapter in my career and I know it will be a tough task. But I am ready for it. Let’s see how things fold up,” the tactician who had a short playing stint in South Africa in the 1980s said.
The tactician will have a tough job at Leopards with the club currently sitting just a point above the relegation zone at 14th in the PSL.
They have nine points off 11 games having won twice, drawn thrice and lost six times. They are on a run of three losses in their last five games and Kerr knows he has his work cut out.
Even as he starts the new job, Kerr says Gor will always be in his heart and has wished the club all the best especially in continental football.
“Gor is a club that I came to love passionately. I didn’t want to leave but circumstances forced me to. They will always be in my heart and I always wish them success moving forward,” further stated the coach.