The former Gor Mahia coach’s contract with Gallants expired last month, but he has yet to renew it despite being one on the table.
Dylan Kerr has revealed why he has not yet renewed his contract with PSL team Marumo Gallants FC.
The former coach of Gor Mahia helped Gallants survive relegation and also led them to the Nedbank Cup trophy, which gave them a ticket to the Caf Confederation Cup next season.
The British said Purpose he did not want to accept the team’s latest offer because it was less than before, but he will announce his next move soon.
“I did not take the offer they gave me because it was less than before,” Kerr said. Purpose, about why he still has to report to the team during the training season.
‘I’m now enjoying my football on TV and waiting for tomorrow [Sunday] when England will bring home the trophy. ”
Asked if he was a free agent, Kerr said: ‘My focus is on England [at Euro 2020] but the agreement they gave me is too small for someone to enter into, I do not want to discuss it now. ‘
Asked if he had received offers from teams in South Africa, Kerr said: “No team has approached me yet.”
Kerr further joked that an agent had already contacted him to take up the vacant role in his former Kenyan club Gor Mahia, who divorced their coach Carlos Manuel Vaz Pinto on Saturday.
An agent asked me if I wanted to introduce Gor Mahia, but I said you know I’ve been there before. He said no, come and get the job. ‘
Kerr has coached a number of clubs in Africa after joining Simba SC from Tanzania before moving to Gor Mahia in 2017 to replace Ze Maria.
However, he resigned as Gor coach on 15 November 2018 and became the manager of Black Leopards in South Africa. In January 2020, he was appointed as the head coach of Baroka FC, but missed their early matches due to work permit issues.
In October 2020, Baroka decided to suspend Kerr after interfering in his work.