A crest bearing Gor Mahia green colors will remain a permanent mark on the leg of Dylan Kerr, even after the English tactician ended his one and a half-year relationship with K’Ogalo on Thursday.
Kerr resigned from his position after he ‘accepted another coaching offer’, but the outspoken coach will not touch the two tattoos of K'Ogalo logo on his left leg.
The tattoos are not only an artistic expression to Kerr, but a reminder of the two Kenyan Premier League titles he won during his stay in Nairobi,a period in which he endeared himself as the fans' favourite.
“Never! There for life,” Kerr responded to an inquiry by a concerned K’Ogalo fan.
Kerr firs inked the tattoo crest in 2017 after guiding the record Kenyan champions to a 16th league title. The former Azama tactician then added another, late this year after he successfully defended the league.
Kerr had a successful reign during his time at Gor Mahia where he also guided the club to a Caf Confederation Cup group stages and two Super Cup titles.
Gor Mahia are expected to return to the continental showpiece I two weeks when they host Nyasa Big Bullets of Malawi in the preliminary round of Caf Champions League.