Gor Mahia FC Chairman Ambrose Rachier has hailed Coach Dylan Kerr’s impact at the club after guiding them to their 16th league title with four matches to spare.
The Briton took over from Brazilian Ze Maria who is now in charge of Albanian side, KF Tirana and Rachier believes the capture of the former Simba man was a turning point.
He also launched a scathing attack on the former Brazilian international insisting he wasn’t taking the club anywhere in the right direction.
“The capture of Dylan was a major turning point for us; it is good that we did it at that particular time,” said Rachier. “As for the former coach (Ze Maria), having failed to win the title last year and having failed to win any serious silverware, it is clear that we were not going so far with him,” he added.
As you see, Dylan has been in charge for 13 matches and has lost just once so the coming of Dylan was the best thing.
With Bobby Williamson winning the league in 2013 and then Frank Nuttal guiding K’Ogalo to two league titles (2014 and 2015), Rachier says the Britons impact at the team.
It is not something we can say for the future because you don’t know what lies ahead but for now I can say we are doing very well with the English coaches and we will take it one at a time. We hope Dylan takes us places.
Gor Mahia will represent Kenya in next year’s CAF Champions League.