Johannesburg - While his group are giving indications of progress having now won their last two continuous association games, Kaizer Chiefs mentor Stuart Baxter actually accepts that his group can work on further, particularly as their first half exhibition in their 2-1 success over SuperSport United was fairly disconnected.
"I thought we were disconnected in the main half. We misjudged the strategy. We had a talk at half-time and the subsequent half was greatly improved strategically. We looked more perilous in any event, when we were playing a low square. In the second a large portion of the players have a decent exhibition," said Baxter.
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In the mean time, Baxter was loaded with acclaim for assailant Bernard Parker. The 35-year-old moved back the years to indent a support, being twice helped by the in-structure Keagan Dolly.
"I let the players know that they are favored to have a senior expert like Parker who places in the shift he put in around evening time. He got the objectives that won us the three focuses and who is an outright shining illustration of the kind of players that we need to create in South Africa.
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Parker has been the subject of blistering analysis from some segment of Chiefs allies lately, who feel that it is the ideal opportunity for the club to head out in different directions from him to clear a path for the future. Notwithstanding, Baxter accepts that he actually plays a part to play with the group.
"He's dedicated, modest, a decent cooperative person and capable in the public arena and consequently, and that reason alone, Parker merits a spot in Kaizer Chiefs," said Baxter.
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