Nairobi, KENYA: Englishman Dylan Kerr has taken over as the new Gor Mahia head coach replacing Brazilian Jose Marcelo Ferreira who left the club last month.
The development was confirmed on Monday during the unveiling process lead by club chairman Ambrose Rachier.
Before joining K’ogalo, Kerr who previously managed Simba SC of Tanzania was academy coaching role at Chesterfield, a club participating in the fourth tier of the English football league.
His first appoint will be to lead Gor Mahia against English Premier League club Everton on July 13 in a friendly duel scheduled to be staged in Tanzania.
Ahead of his appointment, Kerr watched from the stands on Sunday where Gor Mahia lost 6-5 to Bandari on penalties in the second round of the Gotv Shield knockout tournament.
K’ogalo are currently top of the Kenyan Premier League standings having amassed 28 points, tied with defending champions Tusker who sits second due to inferior goal difference.