K’Ogalo have already been crowned the champions but have six matches to play before the season concludes, starting with Thika United at the Thika Municipal Stadium on Sunday.
The Briton coach has told Goal that he decided to take a walk to Camp Toyoyo from Kileleshwa to appreciate the club fans after a rigors 2018 campaign.
Today I walked from Kilileshwa to Camp Toyoyo for practice. The amount of happy smiles, greetings, handshakes and Selfies from all kinds of people K’Ogalo or Not was truly amazing and this is why Kenya has amazing people. I’m home now and I’m still smiling Erokamano Asante Sana — Dylan Kerr (@legend3) September 14, 2018
Gor Mahia also took part in the Caf Confederation Cup where they were tossed out at the Group stages. Kerr said, “Taking a walk to Camp Toyoyo gave me the chance to say thank you to the fans after what we achieved this season.
"It was a matter of thanking the fans and show how we appreciate them.”
Saturday fixtures: Chemelil Sugar vs Mathare United (Chemelil Sports Complex) Nakumatt FC vs Kariobangi Sharks (Camp Toyoyo) and AFC Leopards vs Posta Rangers (Machakos).
Sunday fixtures: Thika United vs Gor Mahia (Thika), Kakamega Homeboyz vs Nzoia Sugar (Bukhungu), Vihiga United vs Sony Sugar (Mumias), Ulinzi Stars vs Wazito (Green Stadium) and Bandari vs Zoo (Green Stadium).