Gor Mahia head coach Dylan Kerr will dig deep into the energy reserve of his squad when they take on Sofapaka in a Kenyan Premier League.
“Like all other KPL teams they (Sofapaka), want to beat us but we have to show character and also dig deep into our energy bank to be better than them.”
The statement by the Briton may mean that he will once again rotate his squad, something that has not been going on well with a section of the club fans-the Kerr has always come out laughing with positive results to show for his unfamiliar decisions.
Kerr has pledged to keep his unbeaten record intact when Gor Mahia faces Batoto Ba Mungu on Sunday at the Kenyatta Stadium in Machakos.
“We have some issues…some players may not be fully fit due to flu which comes from our extended programme, but we are ready to battle and work hard to keep our unbeaten form,” Kerr told the official Gor Mahia website.
“Players’ attitudes have grown and they are now responsible for each performance… they are ready to fight to wear the green and white jersey. That’s a great factor in the team,” he noted.
This comes after the Briton led his troops to another scintillating performance against USM Alger in Caf Confederation Cup fixture on Wednesday.