Black Leopards have revealed why they had to acquire immediate former Gor Mahia coach Dylan Kerr.
Kerr who guided Gor Mahia to back to back league triumphs in Kenya as well helping the club reach the group stages of Caf Confederation this year joined Leopards after resigning at K’Ogalo.
Berry Ramunenyiwa, the club’s media officer said in an interview with KickOff that it’s the style and decent track record.
“Basically it’s his track record and style of play of the teams he used to coach,” Ramunenyiwa said.
“And the way he was actually doing in Kenya you know, that his team has been doing well. There are many other issues that the selecting team had to consider, and eventually decided on him. And he did work here in South Africa before.
Ramunenyiwa refused to reveal the length of Kerr’s contract with the club.
“Our policy is that simple when it comes to the employee, employer contract. We have agreed that let’s keep them to ourselves.
Black Leopards are 14th on the 16-team PSL log with 9 points from 11 games and Kerr’s first assignment will be to improve their position on the log.