Gor Mahia has officially confirmed Dylan Kerr as the head coach.
According to the club's portal, the decision has been reached by the board after a meeting held on Wednesday afternoon.
The former Sheffield Wednesday, Leeds, Doncaster, Reading and Burnley defender will take over from Brazilian Ze Maria, who resigned from his position before taking up a new job with FK Tirana in Albania.
"Gor Mahia FC is pleased to announce that Dylan Kerr will join the club as Head Coach with the tactician expected to link up with the team on Saturday."
The 55 year-old was born in Malta and has a 13 year coaching experience. He started his coaching career in the United States with Phoenix-Arizona before finding his way to Scotland as a Football Development Officer at Argyll and Bute in 2005.
In 2009, Dylan was appointed as an assistant manager by South African club Mpumalanga Black Aces. He also coached Tanzanian giants Simba SC in 2015-2016 season.
Dylan is currently attached to Chesterfield FC academy as the head coach.