Gor Mahia just need a point against Ingwe to retain the title, but a mean Dylan Kerr has plainly told coach Rodolfo Zapata that he will be going for the maximum points.
“We will get the three points because we deserve it,” Kerr said ahead of the game set for Kasarani.
Kerr pulled a slim 2-1 victory against Ingwe in the first leg and the Briton is upbeat that he will complete a double over the Argentine, whom he said will be out to spoil the broth.
“I know AFC Leopards would want to spoil the party and I would do the same if I were AFC Leopards coach. (But) I have every faith, every confidence in my players and I know that AFC Leopards won’t get a point."
Kerr believes that winning the title will be a historic moment for Gor Mahia, not because it is a record 17th crown, but rather the style in which the fete will be achieved.
“The players, who will get a chance tomorrow (Saturday) will make history because this thing will never happen again,” Kerr said in a video posted by KPL on their official Facebook account.
Gor Mahia are top of the table with 68 points, 20 above AFC Leopards, who are joint second with Bandari.