Kerr spoke to the media ahead of Bafana’s do or die 2019 AFCON qualifier against Libya.
"You know I've got players that can play the game of football," Kerr told Kick Off.
"If Stuart Baxter would actually take time out to come and watch a game where Black Leopards play and look and identify what players could benefit Bafana Bafana team for the biggest game of his life and South Africa's, in qualification for Afcon.
The Englishman explained how his Bafana coach compatriot misses key details when watching on television instead of coming over to the stadium to watch his team.
“Look I mean at the end of the day if you watch a game on TV you don't get how the football works because the camera is focused on where there is a ball, you don't get to see when a player plays off the ball where he is positioned, what the tactical awareness is, are they switched on?
"You know I spoke to Stuart at Supersport [United] versus Bloemfontein [Celtic] and I said come to training, come and watch our boys practice, come and watch the team play...you know there's gonna be no easy time in North Africa. Any of them [Leopards players] can do a very, very good job,” Kerr concluded.