The Englishman put on a unique attire on the touchline during their match against Nakumatt.
His love for the club was evident in his talk with manager Jose Mourinho being the epitome of discussion.
On Saturday July 30, Kerr stood on the touchline at Nyayo national stadium for his first Kenyan Premier League match against Nakumatt but despite the fact that he grabbed all points courtesy of goals from Eugene Ambulwa (own goal) and George Odhiambo, his dress code stole the show.
Contrary to Mourinho’ style of always being smart in a suit while on the dugout, Kerr was in a short and a shirt just like what a player could put on. The scene created great rifts in comparison between the Englishman and the Manchester United boss.