Kaizer Chiefs' veteran varsitile player Bernard 'Kick the bucket Hond' Parker has gotten unique commendation structure a previous Mamelodi Sundowns mentor Pitso Mosimane, he took to his Twitter handle Pitso Mosimane @TheRealPitso on Monday evening to applaud the previous Thanda Royal Zulu start who broke a few records throughout the end of the week.
Previous Bafana striker Parker scored a support to surpus a record once in the past held by Siphiwe Tshabalala, his two objectives took him to 60 objectives for Chiefs in the PSL Era and won him a man of the match grant, that provoked Al Ahly SC mentor Mosimane to send a Tweet brimming with acclaim for the 36 year old Parker.
Mosimane composed on his Twitter handle saying that Parker has consistently been predictable and has given all that he can for the game throughout the long term, he additionally said the class in Parker is extremely durable as he applauded wholeheartedly.
"They call him, "Kick the bucket Hond". You have reliably given everything in this game for a long time. Class is extremely durable. Salute!, the Tweet peruses.
It has taken Parker more than 950 days to track down the rear of the net, he last scored over three years prior and Mosimane just called him 'predictable', without a doubt Amakhosi fans are unsettled with regards to it and they responded with various sentiments on the Tweet.
Some are stressed that what Mosimane said may urge mentor Stuart Baxter to continue to handle Parker week and week out and that isn't what they need since a lot of Amakhosi fans have consistently been grumbling with regards to Parker getting more game time than young people in the group.
Parker scored an aggregate of eight objectives in the last 101 games he played for the Phefeni Glamor Boys beginning around 2017 and fans have consistently been calling for him to be sidelined since that think he is even more an obligation rather than an assest to the group.
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