Baroka chairman Khurishi Mphahlele has spoken about the future of coach Dylan Kerr after the club avoided the play-offs, following their impressive display against Kaizer Chiefs in the last match of the season.
Baroka drew 1-1 with Chiefs on the weekend – a result which saw Amakhosi missing out on the Absa Premiership title – while Bakgaga saved their topflight status after finishing 14th on the log standings.
Mphahlele has confirmed that the club is keeping Kerr for next season to build on the work he has started.
“If it’s not broken you don’t fix. Why fix it if it’s not broken? The coach is staying,” the club boss confirmed, speaking to the Siya crew.
As reported, the Limpopo outfit has already started signing players for the new season, having recently added to their ranks former Orlando Pirates midfielder Augustine Mahlonoko, as well as goalkeeper Oscarine Masuluke who is returning from TS Sporting.
Kerr will have his first full pre-season with Bakgaga after joining the club in January as a replacement for Wedson Nyirenda, who resigned from the club in December last year.
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