Dylan Kerr seems to have no immediate plans of leaving Gor Mahia anytime soon, even as he begins his second stint in Kenyan Premier League.
Kerr joined Gor Mahia last July, where he steered the team to a 16th league title and the Englishman’s undying love for the Green Army cannot be questioned.
Kerr, who is expected to lead Gor Mahia to a Caf Champions League return leg, got a chance to learn more about the history of the club during Gor Mahia’s 50th Year Anniversary celebration that kicked-off last Friday.
“I’ve met some real legends from Gor Mahia FC and a pleasure to listen to the stories of the past. Now let’s create another 50 years,” Kerr, under whose reign the club kicked off the other half-century trek said.
Gor Mahia was formed on February 17, 1968.
K'Ogalo will take on Leones Vegetarianos having beaten their host 2-0 in the opening round at the Kenyatta Stadium in Machakos.