Not for the first time, Dylan Kerr has parted ways with Black Leopards, the club have confirmed.
Kerr’s two-month stint in charge of Lidoda Duvha seemingly came to an end, following their 3-0 DStv Premiership defeat at the hands of Chippa United on Saturday.
“Black Leopards FC and their coach Dylan Kerr have reached an agreement to part ways amicably,” the club said.
“Assistant coaches Morgan Shivambu and Lehlohonolo Seema together with goalkeeper coach Sam Banda will be responsible for the team in the meantime.”
Kerr guided the team to a 2-2 draw against Kaizer Chiefs, beating Orlando Pirates. But two defeats have been enough to see Kerr out.
Leopards are in 15th position in the league and it could get worse before it gets better for them.
Kerr has been fired before at Leopards and many cannot rule out the possibility of him returning to the club in future, given the “merry-go-round” of coaches in the PSL.
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