Gor Mahia coach Dylan Kerr has blasted his players after letting go a two goal lead to draw against Mathare United on Sunday.
The Kenyan champions raced into a 2-0 goal lead courtesy of Jacques Tuyisenge and Humphrey Mieno before Mathare United hit back with goals from Klinsman Omulanga and Cliff Nyakeya for the game to end even.
The Briton has now blamed his players for laxity that denied them a win during the day they received the trophy for winning the 2018 title. “I am not happy because too many times we have let a two goal lead go by not doing the right things.
“Professional players should have a way of protecting a 2-0 lead and put the game to bed and what is more is that I had a strong team out there and they should take the responsibility.”
Kerr also revisited the issues by Gor Mahia players to stage a go slow, saying it affected the team’s results. “We have not had a professional way of doing our things in recent months. Training for only three days don’t mean that you are going to be okay.
“All season we have been doing our work perfectly and one month later players are forced not to train. That is not acceptable,” Kerr told Goal.
Gor Mahia have one match to go, against Tusker, before winding the season.