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Mixed Emotions As Parker Leaves Khune Behind

The revived Bernard Parker has added one more close to home achievement to his numerous honors at Kaizer Chiefs following his most recent appearance for the club.

The Chiefs veteran has now passed on Itumeleng Khune afterward to be the sole inhabitant of an extraordinary seat at the club subsequent to highlighting in the 2-1 success over Orlando Pirates.

The 35-year-old put in an hour and a half change in Chiefs' most recent version of the Soweto derby.

In doing as such he took his count for appearances in this eminent installation to 28 matches.

This makes Parker the one who has the most Soweto derby appearances of all dynamic playing at present at the club.

Parker has outperformed Khune who has shown up.

Khune has not played the last nine derby gatherings with his last appearance in this installation having been three years prior when he captained Chiefs in the Telkom Knockout semi-last loss.

A combination of wounds in addition to absence of game time-related issues have confined Khune from adding to his count.

Parker has not played in only three derbies during that time that he has spent at Chiefs.

Just Siphiwe Tshabalala played in a greater number of derbies than Parker in the PSL time a long time with 31 appearances.

The in addition to for Parker is that he is currently the top scorer in all rivalries for the club since August 1996 when homegrown football became known as the PSL.

He has 60 objectives for Chiefs which he stands to extend further this term very much like he gets an opportunity to likewise surpass Tshabalala if he remains on at Naturena past the finish of this season.

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