Did Gor Mahia coach Dylan Kerr panick against USM Alger?

ShareClose Comments
K'Ogalo is second in Group D of the Caf Confederation Cup with two points while USM Alger are top on four points

Former Kenyan star Boniface Ambani feels Gor Mahia coach Dylan Kerr panicked when his side was reduced to ten men against USM Alger on Wednesday.

Defender Joash Onyango was sent off in the 54th minute for a second bookable offence but Gor Mahia went on to dominate proceedings and even created decent chances that were not converted.

The AFC Leopards Junior team coach has however, lauded the tactician for his perfect strategy.

Article continues below

“After they (Gor Mahia) were reduced to ten men, I feel Kerr panicked a little and made unnecessary substitutions. But his tactics were on point, he is a good coach who knows how to push his team and get results, that one I cannot deny.

“One thing he has to try and work on is the finishing, the rate of conversion is low and that is not good,” Ambani told Goal.

Gor Mahia is second in Group D of the Caf Confederation Cup with two points while USM Alger are top on four. 

Next article:
EXTRA TIME: Didier Drogba meet up with World Cup winner Paul Pogba
Next article:
adidas Football Reveals New FC Bayern Away Jersey For 2018/19 Season
Next article:
Real Madrid farewell? Navas posts cryptic message amid Courtois links
Next article:
EXTRA TIME: Mohamed Salah enjoys time at the beach
Next article:
Spain taxes chased Ronaldo away from Real Madrid, says Tebas
Close

We use cookies to give you the best online experience. By using our website you agree to our use of cookies in accordance with our privacy policy.

Show more Accept