Dylan Kerr has returned to Black Leopards as head coach following his sacking at Baroka FC and he replaces The Belgian coach Patrick Aussems who was fired by Lidoda Duvha after three matches without a win since joining the Limpopo club last month.
“We thought let’s take someone who understands the club, and now we have someone who knows the club well,” Mudzielwana told the same publication.
“You were there when we launched the season in Johannesburg when we said we want the top eight, and the coach [Aussems] said something different. He was not prepared to push that hard and we said let’s get someone now.
“It is not like we were fighting with him but his mind was just not here. Kerr was there earlier [at training] and the attitude; you could see that he wants to achieve something with the club.”
Kerr served as Leopards coach between December 2018 and June 2019 and then he moved to their Limpopo rivals Baroka FC.
The English tactician was recently dismissed by Baroka after being placed under suspension by the club for alleged insubordination last month.
He is expected to be in charge of Leopards when they take on Maritzburg United on Saturday with Lidoda Duvha looking to secure their maiden league win of the season.