After it emerged that Gor Mahia coach Dylan Kerr was ready to offer his help to the national team Harambee Stars, the tactician has come out and categorically dismissed the allegations.
Kerr was talking to Gor Mahia official website after the story was published online by one of the local media houses (Capital FM) on Thursday.
“I do not want the Harambee Stars job. I was asked a straight question if I can be interested in the job and I said ‘NO’. I am at Gor Mahia and my contract indicates that I am a Gor Mahia coach and so, I am happy at the club. I am not in anyway interested in coaching the national team and I wouldn’t want to even think about that while at the moment,” said Kerr.
The coach who led the club to its 16th league title this season says he loves the club and would wish to even extent his stay at the club.
“I am very comfortable at Gor Mahia. l like the chairman because he offers massive support and gives me room to do.