K’Ogalo beat Rangers 5-0 to open a nine-point gap at the top of the Kenyan Premier League standings, with two matches at hand.
“We started the game in a positive manner after a shock departure…I told the team to score goals and we did exactly that and should have had many more.
"Two goals ruled out for off-side, two hit the bar, four amazing saves by the Posta Rangers’ keeper and four missed efforts,” Kerr said after the game.
Kagere joined Tanzanian champions Simba SC on Monday on a two-year deal. Jacques Tuyisenge and Ephraim Guikan gave Gor Mahia a deserved lead in the first half before George Odhiambo netted a brace in the second stanza.
Midfielder Lawrence Juma then put a seal on the lid of the goal-bucket with a fifth of the day to steer K'Ogalo to a third victory in the last seven match against Posta.
Kerr attributed the result to a collective effort from all players as K’Ogalo begun the post-Kagere era with an emphatic victory.
“This team is about everyone…not one player. I am very proud of this team and l can say we are on the right direction,” Kerr told the club website.