New Gor Mahia coach does unusual thing in Nairobi streets

Over the weekend, coach Dylan Kerr did what Kenyan coaches can’t do in Nairobi streets.

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The Englishman joined the Green Army in early July and steered the team against Everton in an exhibition match played in Tanzania on July 13.

A few days later, he evidently expressed his love with Kenya not hesitating to take a lot of selfie photos at various places in Nairobi. This activity is surely not a common thing with most local coaches.

Here are the selfies;

His first Kenyan Premier League match will be against Nakumatt on Saturday July 29 to officially start the post-Ze Maria era.

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