Englishman Resigns, Set For PSL Return?
Title-winning English coach, Dylan Kerr, could be on his way to South Africa following the firing of two Absa Premiership head coaches, with two clubs said to have made enquiries about him.
Dylan Kerr, who spent a spell with Mpumalanga Black Aces between 2009 and 2010, resigned from his position as head coach of Gor Mahia on Thursday after winning back-to-back Kenyan Premier League titles and is now being linked with a switch back to Mzansi.
According to Siya sources, Black Leopards have shown an interest in bringing the former Leeds United defender into their club following the exit of Joel Masutha, while Free State Stars are also thought to have asked questions about his availability after they parted ways with Luc Eymael.
There is also talk of a possible move to North Africa after Kerr impressed by taking Gor Mahia to the group stages of the CAF Confederation Cup, though a return to South Africa – where he briefly played during his playing days – could be tempting.
Kerr won four trophies with Gor Mahia in total over his two-year spell in Kenya and will be eager to keep up that success wherever his next move takes him.