Baroka coach Dylan Kerr says he does not mind the pressure from his chairman Khurishi Mphahlele because it is football club at the end of the day.
Mphahlele is known to be one of the hands on club owners in the Premier Soccer League, something people feel it leads to interference.
But Kerr who has been tasked with saving the club from relegation says Mphahlele has a right to ask him about the ongoings at his club.
“I said to the players you know I don’t mind the chairman being on my back if this is not happening both in the training sessions or in games but he has a right to ask me about certain players because it’s his football club,” Kerr told FARPost.
“I just demand the best, I have always demanded the best. If I am giving my best off the field then I want my players to give the best on the field,” he said.
Kerr has a tough task ahead of him to fulfil his mandate of saving the team from relegation, Bakgaga are left with 4 home games against Bidvest Wits, Black Leopards, Chippa United and Kaizer Chiefs.
Of their last 9 matches, 5 will be away against Bloemfontein Celtic, Orlando Pirates, AmaZulu, Mamelodi Sundowns and SuperSport United.
By Ofhani Munyai