Absa Premiership

Baroka boss still waiting on work permit

2020-01-22 14:22
Dylan Kerr
Dylan Kerr (Gallo Images)

Cape Town - Baroka FC coach Dylan Kerr has revealed his frustration at not having obtained a work permit yet which means he cannot sit in the dugout during his side's games.

Despite having taken over the reins from Wedson Nyirenda at Bakgaga three weeks ago, Kerr has still not been issued a work permit and has been forced to watch his side's matches from the stands.

"I am still waiting. It's frustrating," Kerr told KickOff.

The English tactician has plenty on his plate as Baroka have scored just once in their last five fixtures.

Their next assignment is against Maritzburg United on Sunday and Kerr will be hoping to be on the bench for that one.

- TeamTalk Media

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