Kerr, a darling of most K'Ogalo fans, was forced to board a Motorbike to catch the team bus to the Kisumu International Airport.
Kerr was left behind by the team bus after the Briton was carried away by the celebration with a section of the club fans at the Moi Stadium in Kisumu.
Kerr had just guided K’Ogalo to a 17th victory of the season in the Kenyan Premier following a 3-0 win over Kariobangi Sharks on Wednesday.
“It is very true that I had to use a bike to catch the team bus. I was left behind as I was celebrating with the fans,” Kerr told Goal.
The Gor Mahia team was rushing to the Airport to catch a plane back to Nairobi to kick off preparations for the next league match against Nakumatt. The victory saw Gor Mahia open 15 point lead at the top having hit a 55 point mark.
Sofapaka are a distant second with 40 points, followed by Bandari and AFC Leopards both on 39 points.