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Kerr Did Not Save Swallows

It's not yet an inescapable result that Dylan Kerr will return as Swallows FC lead trainer next season after executive David Mogashoa affirmed to SABC Sport that talks will be held one week from now in regards to the Englishman's future.

Kerr has been hailed a legend for directing the Dube Birds to somewhere safe in the DStv Premiership in the wake of winning the advancement and transfer end of the season games that included AmaTuks and Cape Town All Stars recently.

Mogashoa proposes Kerr, truth be told, had underachieved and demanded that he didn't save the club from assignment, however he safeguards the mentor from part of the fault given the circumstance he showed up into following Brandon Truter's terminating in November.

"Superjourno, I hear a many individuals are saying the mentor helped save the club - dislike we brought the mentor here when we had three or five games left," Mogashoa told SABC Sport.

"The mentor had 18 games… Now in the event that somebody had 18 games and the other had five, and the one with five endures assignment, who saved the club? It's the one with five games.

"Thus, the mentor had 18 games. With 18 games, you can't say an individual saved the club. The club quite got consigned, and with 18 games we expected to complete around perhaps eighth or tenth, yet not to be battling transfer.

"In this way, I wouldn't really fault the mentor completely in light of the fact that he came and found the crew there, it was a swollen crew.

"There were troubled players in light of the fact that most were not playing, and that is essential for the explanation, yet I wouldn't go to the extent that maxim the mentor saved the club, no."

Whether Kerr takes the Dube Birds forward or another mentor will step in, the director says the progressive system will give the man in control their full help to keep away from one more brush with transfer.

An official choice will be made by 4 July.


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