British Coaches Abroad: Dylan Kerr

He studied for his UEFA A Licence with Jose Mourinho in 2001 and has worked in the US, South Africa, Vietnam - as well as Argyll and Bute in the west of Scotland...

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herriot says...

I met Dylan when he was coaching in Beith, Scotland when I was playing for the Beith youth team, seemed like a really nice guy and always happy to give advice and talk to us, good to hear he is happy coaching

Posted 3:23pm 6th February 2014

geek_love (Liverpool) says...

Another enjoyable article. You always get the feeling that these guys are really in love with the game. I'm sure that PL managers still have that love deep down in them, but you do get the feeling that constant pressure for success squashes it sometimes. Having said that, there are a few PL managers that give the impression that if they can't win then they don't want to play.

Posted 3:04pm 6th February 2014

lee (Liverpool) says...

These are far and away the best articles on the site. Thanks.

Posted 10:49am 6th February 2014

tumang bokaba, (Arsenal) says...

"They play "jiggy jiggy" football - all technique, all skills, but often no end product. The crowd gets more excited by someone beating their man, beating him again, then losing it, rather than having a shot or cross. They sometimes forget football's about scoring goals and winning matches. They've been coached in a different way" thats odd coming from an english man whose three lions may not "jiggy jiggy" and still come up cack at each tournament. we might be coached "differently" but we are happy. try Sam Allidici with his non jiggy moves and see how you enjoy that.

Posted 9:55am 6th February 2014

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