Thursday May 03, 2018. 16:00
Gor Mahia coach Dylan Kerr has admitted to having selection headaches ahead of their CAF Confederation Cup clash against Rwanda’s Rayon Sports this weekend.
The Kenyan giants’ boss says he is faced with a tough decision as he wants to select 18 players for the group stage tie on Sunday.
K'Ogalo depart for Rwanda on Saturday morning but prior to that the British tactician says he is faced with a massive task of selecting his best 18 for the game.
"I gave them (players) a challenge because they work hard in training and deserve this chance and they in turn have given me another challenge on who to select for the Rayon game,” he told Capital FM.
“I am happy with that performance for players who have not played together to dominate a game as they did," Kerr said after his side's post-match penalties victory.
"I don't want to see it as a second string team because we have a strong squad all round. The two central defenders were outstanding.
“Wazza (Godfrey Walusimbi) has just come back and he is finding his feet after missing almost 35 days of training.
"We have played three matches within a week and we have an important one coming up. Obviously I cannot risk with injuries and fatigue with the same squad.