Gor Mahia have confirmed the appointment of Dylan Kerr as head coach replacing Brazilian Marcelo Ferreira aka Ze Maria.
The club confirmed the development on its official website on July 5 revealing it came after an executive meeting on Tuesday July 5, 2017.
The Kenya Premier League record champions also confirmed the former Simba and Mpumalanga Black Aces tactician will link up with the K’Ogalo on Saturday.
“After a competitive process of identifying a new coach, Gor Mahia FC has settled on Dylan Kerr to take over as the head coach after the exit of the Brazilian, Ze Maria,” the club announced.
“Our new coach is expected in the country anytime between Friday and Saturday. The decision to appoint Kerr comes after an executive committee meeting held on Tuesday evening.
The 50-year-old Briton coached Tanzania’s Simba in 2015 and has been the head coach of Chesterfield U-18 side.
At Gor Mahia, he finds the Green army second on the KPL log with same points as Tusker and will be tasked to reclaim the championship won by the Brewers last year.