Touchline dress code Gor Mahia coach reveals interesting reason for casual dressing against Nakumatt

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‘I borrowed the black top from Haron Shakava’

play Gor Mahia coach Dylan Kerr

Gor Mahia head coach Dylan Kerr has explained why he put on a short and a shirt instead of being in an official cloth during their Kenyan Premier League match against Nakumatt on Sunday.

Many football fans on social media criticized the kind of attire terming it inappropriate for the touchline but the former Simba coach has defended himself that putting a suit is not his thing.

That aside, he says that he was to put on a white kit but it was not possible since their opponents were in white. He finally had to borrow a black shirt from his defender Haron Shakava in order to stand at the dugout.

"I never wear a suit because playing football is in my blood. I kick, shoot and head every ball. So wearing suits is not my style.

"Yesterday, I could have put on my white kit but I wasn't allowed; I borrowed the black top from Shakava," he told P Live.

Gor Mahia won the match by a 2-0 margin courtesy of Eugene Ambulwa (own goal) and George Odhiambo.

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