How South Africans reacted to Dylan Kerr’s appointment
Following the appointment of Dylan Kerr as the new Black Leopards head coach, South Africans flooded Twitter with comments as fans posted mixed reactions to his new role.
Kerr will be thrown straight into the deep end as his first game in charge of the team will come against reigning Premier Soccer League (PSL) champions Mamelodi Sundowns. The Britton is however accustomed to his sort of start as his first game at Gor Mahia was against Everton. His appointment didn't seem to go down well with some of the Leopard fans with the positive comments coming from Kenyans who wished will well in his endeavors.
Buy players to strengthen the team one man won't come and make a difference Masutha was a good coach— Marvin Nefale (@marvinnef12) November 19, 2018
Welcome to the home of poor management and interference— Chris Makhura (@Chris_McCurra) November 19, 2018
Welcome back to NFD at the end of the SEASON— Khabzela Mzimela. Ezwelibomvu (@Khabzel45585046) November 19, 2018
You had two good options in Mashaba or Dans but gai na fhano nga uri vhatshena ndi vhone vhathu kha muthu mutswu. Nikho thoma uri bora u amba ngoho— Mapfumo Nelwamondo (@pfumos) November 20, 2018
The prophet was good .. . If only management had Faith in him and not interfere with his job.. now this fisherman would take this ream to NFD where it belongs— Chester Sinthumule (@Chester_sinthum) November 19, 2018
We all know that he won’t finish the season. Leopards issue is not the coach but inexperienced and players with no quality.— Khumbudzo (@Khumbu_M) November 19, 2018
Just do yourself a favour! DON'T UNPACK YOUR SUITCASE 💼!— Tman. (@tabsmts) November 19, 2018
Come February he'll be history— Juelz (@MbalelwaJ) November 20, 2018
I only believe in one coach here in South Africa that can make leopards play football, Dan Malesela.— Mpelehe Ramotlou (@MpeleheR) November 20, 2018
welcome coach @SvS we wish you a good luck— Supportters Viewers Show (@ViewersShow) November 20, 2018
Dylan is a great coach. However, my fear is that no coach has ever succeeded after abandoning @OfficialGMFC. This curse may follow Kerr. And please don't invade our Gor Mahia for players.— fred_abala (@fredmcabala) November 20, 2018