Dylan Kerr is an Amakhosi fan and nearly joined Kaizer Chiefs players, talks Baroka FC tattoo


Baroka FC coach Dylan Kerr has made an unexpected revelation about Kaizer Chiefs after ruining their league title party last weekend.

That 1-1 draw seven days ago saved Bakgaga's top-flight status while at the same time denying Chiefs their first Absa Premiership title since 2015.

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But after breaking the hearts of millions of Amakhosi fans, Kerr reveals that he has actuallly been a fan of the Soweto giants since his playing days and was only doing his job.

"I'm a Khosi fan, I've always been a Chiefs fan, so to me it hurts even more," Kerr tells snl24.com/kickoff.

"Listen, when I came to South Africa back in '86 you know I always knew about your Kaizer Chiefs and to be actually asked to sign for them by Ted Dumitru and Kaizer [Motaung] back in '88 just before I left [Arcadia], when I joined Leeds, I always look back and think what might have been.

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"When the season finished I was invited to that big Vodacom building by Mr Motaung and Mr Dumitru, and they wanted me to join Chiefs... I went home, trained with Leeds United, played in a few reserves games because they were short of players. I got offered a contract at Leeds United, so it didn't happen.

"The Chiefs players [last Saturday] I spoke to most of them, I felt for them. I have never been in that position where I have lost anything so,I don't really know how I felt, because I have always won things. You know me, winning a game against Chiefs... like last year at Black Leopards [avoiding relegation], it's like winning a trophy.

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"I would like to have some tattoos done because it's an achievement. I'm gonna have the Baroka badge, and I'm gonna have the Leopards badge for saving them from relegation. That's an achievement. I'm gonna put them on my leg."

Check out the ink Kerr already sports from his previous football achievements