Gor Mahia coach Dylan Kerr seethes in rage after a lucky escape from Chemelil Sugar

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K'Ogalo just need a win against Sofapaka and a draw from AFC Leopards to retain the title

Dylan Kerr wasn’t pleased by the overall display of his players despite Gor Mahia forcing a slim victory against Chemelil Sugar on Thursday.

It took the effort of substitute Eliud Lukuwam in the second half, to hand Gor Mahia a 1-0 victory over a youthful Chemelil Sugar side.

Kerr, who just needs a win and draw to retain the title, was however, not impressed with his players’ performance, especially in the first half.

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 “I am not happy with the performance in the first half. We need to kill the game. I’ve always told my players to kill it early. We didn’t deserve it. Neither did the team deserve the win. The field was not in good condition,” lamented Kerr.

Gor Mahia opened a 17 point gap between them and Bandari and the league champions just need five points from remaining matches to retain the title.

K’Ogalo are at the summit with 65 points and they just need a win against Sofapaka and a draw against AFC Leopards to win a record 17th title.

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