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Bernard Parker, who served the club for a long time and left as the association's unsurpassed driving scorer during the PSL period with 62 objectives, was the most striking takeoff.

Regardless of having a decent year last year, scoring five objectives in 26 games while playing in midfield, Parker's agreement was not recharged.

His delivery was disputable, yet it was impacted by the way that he was conveying an enormous bundle to the club and the age perspective.

Behind Parker was Leonardo Castro, a cultivated aggressor whose takeoff turned out to be clear all around as soon as the season's beginning because of his physical issue stresses.

One more high worker for the group, he left following four and a half years in which he neglected to dominate a match and neglected to score in 13 challenges the past season.

The Colombian would leave, as was composed on the wall.

Samir Nurkovic, a Serbian aggressor who battled with wounds and oversaw only one objective last season, was at that point scheduled to go when the club chose not to enact the choice on his agreement at the foreordained time.

On May 12, in the wake of getting a bundle like what he was getting from Chiefs, he then finished paperwork for Royal AM.


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