The Siya crew has it on good authority that Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila are set to offer coach Dylan Kerr a new contract at the club.
Kerr’s feat at TTM was nothing short of amazing. After officially taking over the reins following a spell on the sidelines as the club’s advisor, Kerr not only managed to win them their first major cup since they purchased Bidvest Wits in June last year – but the Englishman also managed to salvage their top-flight status- even when it looked gloomy for the Polokwane-based outfit.
For his efforts, Kerr and his TTM received R7 million in prize money for clinching the Nedbank Cup.
Now, the crew have been informed that the TTM hierarchy are set to reward Kerr with a new deal, believed to be for two years at the club.
Siya sources have informed the crew that the club is keen for Kerr to continue building the team ahead of the new season and make signings that he feels will suit their system.
Contacted for comment Kerr informed the crew that he had taken some time off in Durban following his exploits this season and will discuss his future with the club’s Chairman in the coming days.
“I havent heard anything, when we finished the season against Pirates, I said to the Chairman I’m going to Durban for a few days to enjoy the cup success and keeping our PSL status, I wasn’t going to answer his calls or anything, Kerr told the crew.
“I’m coming back to Joburg tomorrow night so I will meet the Chairman next week, but I haven’t spoken to anybody at the club,” he added.
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