Kenya Premier League title winning coach Dylan Kerr has confirmed turning down good offers to leave the Kenya champions.
The Gor Mahia stylish tactician say he is at Gor Mahia to stay until the club chairman decides otherwise. “Look, I have had three offers in the last two months that were financially good for me to leave Gor Mahia but I rejected them. I respect contracts and I have never gone against any contract,” Kerr told Goal .
“Football is strange but I like Kenya and the people, I am here to stay until the chairperson decides he doesn't want me.”
The Englishman now 51, was appointed to lead the local giants in 2016 after the departure of Brazilian Jose Marcelo Ze Maria. Kerr has since won two KPL titles since his arrival, with Gor Mahia just a point away from reaching the quarter-finals of Caf Confederation Cup.
Kerr once again proved his tactical mastermind by defeating rivals AFC Leopards 2-0, to help seal a record 17th title for K’Ogalo . With the local and continental success, Gor Mahia leadership might have a tall order to keep the 'happy' coach as it has been evident for most clubs in the world.