Baroka coach Dylan Kerr might be forced to watch his team from the stands when they take on Maritzburg United on Sunday pending his work permit.
Kerr arrived at Bakgaga late last year but has missed all the four league matches as the team sort out his paper work.
Talking to FARPost.co.za on Friday, the 53-year-old said the situation was frustrating to him.
“That is a million dollar question. I don’t know why the delay is, so it’s out of my hands, there is nothing I can do but if I am not on the bench on Sunday it’s going to be a problem,” he said.
“I am not saying me on the bench is going to do some miracles but it will at least give us an opportunity if things are not going right to put things right and if things are going well to make things better. Keep them going and that’s my job but unfortunately from the stands I am not allowed so it’s been tough.”
The club was hopeful that the work permit would be sorted by Friday but an informant told this publication that the work permit was only applied for this week.
By Ofhani Munyai