FC Swallows stand-in coach Musa Nyatama admits Dylan Kerr’s unavailability from the dugout is a sore point for the club, but the Dube Birds continue to insist on winning another home game in his absence.

They recovered from last week’s Friday disappointment when they lost the lead to go down 3-2 to AmaZulu to grab all three points against Sekhukhune United in the DStv Premier League fixtures at the Dobsonville Stadium on Tuesday night.

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Kerr, who watched Babina Noko’s 2-1 win from the stands, remains without a work permit after five matches.

“I’m sure he hates being on the stand as well, but yes, we have work to do, unfortunately for him, he’s still waiting for his paperwork. I’m sure he’s ready to come in and also help the team give instructions from the sidelines, not in the stands,” Nyatama said.

The Swallows beat Sekhune by a goal and Mwape Musonda scored twice to earn his season.
The visitors took the lead thanks to Victor Letsoala.

“It’s good to see the training mirror because we do it to cross, encouraging the boys to always cross and we have great strikers, our seniors Musona, and also well done to them for scoring and also for the box” , – added Nyatama.

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