Gor Mahia head coach Dylan Kerr has blasted the clubs top brass for the way of poor management this coming barley a day after their 6th consecutive loss at the hands of Vihiga United on Wednesday 26th September.
Kerr while lashing on the Club’s management through the club’s official portal said, “The head coach is responsible for team selection, tactics, welfare of his players and technical bench, the supporters’ trust and more importantly the results.”
He continued to say, “I have NOT been able to do my job as a head coach and if we look back, when I have been able to work with my players, prepare my players and select the best players for all games, the results have been fantastic.
“In the world of football, a club is judged on results and performance and the same applies to the head coach. My football ethics, philosophy and beliefs are being questioned because of our recent results without anyone bothering to look at the circumstances and facts around the team,” He concluded.
Gor Mahia are set to be crowned champions of the 2018 Kenyan Premier League in Kisumu on Sunday 30th when they take on Mathare United Football Club.