Dylan Kerr has exclusively spoken to KickOff website following his sudden departure from Black Leopards.
Kerr abruptly handed in his resignation to the Leopards management despite achieving what he was set to do for the 2018/19 season - to secure the club's survival in the Absa Premiership.
The Englishman who joined Lidoda Duvha from Kenyan giants Gor Mahia in December 2018 told the publication that he needs some time to himself and process everything before he can open up about his departure.
"Yes I'm leaving," Kerr tells this publication. "But I'm not telling you yet [why I left], let's leave it for now. I don't want to say anything yet. [But] I resigned, it's all I have to say."
Asked what the next steps are going forward, the outspoken former defender commented: "I honestly don't know what will happen.
"Let me have a couple of days, my mom is in the hospital so I'm going to have to deal with that. I'm in England at the moment, my mom is my priority at the moment. You only have one mother.
"I will let you know as soon as I get everything sorted. I want to see enough of my mom and make it as comfortable as anything."
Kerr, who won the December and January Coach of the Month, signed a three-and-a-half year deal at Lidoda Duvha and, according to a high-placed source, it is believed that he left because "circumstances were not favourable".
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