The comments come ahead of Baroka’s Absa Premiership match away to Bloemfontein Celtic at the Dr. Molemela Stadium on Sunday.
Kerr’s side is level on 20 points with the three bottom teams. They, however, sit just above the danger zone due to a better goal difference from 22 encounters.
Celtic are 10th on the table with 25 points from 21 outings.
Kerr has also challenged his charges to borrow a leaf from Orlando Pirates’ book as far as attitude is concerned ahead of the game in the Free State.
Kerr is aware of his charges’ tendency to drop the ball and not maintaining some winning momentum:
Bakgaga’s last league victory was in January at home against Maritzburg United. The coach says they have to fight for something in Bloemfontein even if it’s just a point.
The coach notes Siwelele’s recent performances and results in all competitions saying they will be very strong in their backyard.
Kerr adds that his defense has their work cut out for them in trying to restrict supply and freedom to the opposition’s main striker.
“When you are on a run. You’ve got to look @orlandopirates. The atmosphere that Pirates have got has taken them to the wins. They believe in the coach.” ~@Baroka_FC coach @legend3 ahead his side’s #AbsaPrem match with @Bloem_Celtic on Sunday. @SABC_INFO_HUB @SPORTATSABC #SabcNews pic.twitter.com/O8Umr09Ek3
— Rakgadi’a bana (@ngwanamogoto) February 27, 2020
So we got into the circle @Baroka_FC after training ritual. The player who’s worse at training get this yellow jersey which doesn’t get washed. Today Kgotso Maloka got The honour. @legend3 @Gerald_Jrr pic.twitter.com/CeF0ceLmE4
— Rakgadi’a bana (@ngwanamogoto) February 26, 2020
– Report by Lethabo Kganyago