K’Ogalo will start their campaign in the Caf competition minus the Briton coach, who helped them to earn the ticket after winning a second successive league title last season.
Wishing the players and staff All The Best for today’s game. Remember you’ve earned the right to be here make it count give Zico everything and the K’ogalo faithful a good result #Sirkal https://t.co/Kaj9d72DOF— Dylan Kerr (@legend3) November 28, 2018
Kerr, who quit K’Ogalo to join Black Leopards of South Africa, has challenged Gor Mahia players to give everything against Nyasa Big Bullets in the first leg match set for the Kasarani Stadium on Wednesday.
Under Kerr, Gor Mahia failed to go past the first round of the competition after losing to Tunisian giants Esperance to drop to the Caf Confederation Cup, where they managed to reach the Group stages.