Throughout the previous decade, these three Amakhosi icons have served the club with vigour, passion, and accountability.
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All three individuals played for Stuart Baxter's PSL-winning team in 2015, and they bring a wealth of experience and worth to the current squad.
He is the highest-paid of the three Amakhosi heroes, and Chiefs' fourth-highest-paid player, after Keagan Dolly (R1.45 million), Samir Nurkovic (R950 000), and Khama Billiat (R950 000). (R950 000). (830 000 Rand)
Bernard Parker's monthly salary is R300,000! He is now Amakhosi's fifth highest paid player.
Parker, who is 35 years old, is well compensated. He is one of the finest laborers in the DStv Premiership, despite the fact that he is past his prime.
Eric Mathoho, with a salary of R220 000, is the equivalent.
Mathoho has demonstrated unflinching dedication to the Chiefs at the back. He's had a lot of focus-back partners over the years, but he's been a steady sight since joining the Soweto Giants from Bloemfontein Celtic in 2012.
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