Kaizer Chiefs break coach Arthur Zwane believes veteran Bernard Parker would be a success if he "got into instructing tomorrow." Parker, 36, is perhaps the best player to have ever laced up his boots for Kaizer Chiefs, having appeared and won five titles along the way, while he is believed to have 'placed himself in a position to remain engaged with the game' by moving into instructing after he resigns.
Parker, now in his eighth season with Amakhosi, is an important figure in the ebb and flow system, both as a pioneer and a visible cutting edge player.
Arthur Zwane has now revealed why he believes the robust have all of the attributes required to become a leader.Mentoring is quite effective. "I talk to every single player, and Bernard recognizes he won't be playing football forever," Zwane remarked after the game.
"He has indicated that he needs to get some training, and I would advise him to look for teaching positions." There are incredible open doors to the left, right, and center.
"I told him he could go to Ireland as well." That is where I got my training permit, and he can get help from SAFA as well. I believe CAF will now allow the mentors because the situation with Covid is improving.
"We'll assist Bernard." We will undoubtedly assist him if he has any want to instruct. We need more people who can persuade others, people who can demonstrate their worth, Others can learn from you. "He's never been a disruptive player; he's always been focused." If he becomes a mentor tomorrow, he will be an excellent pioneer."
Parker's agent, Mike Makaab, has advised the Chiefs to decide whether they want to extend Parker's career beyond this season, but the veteran has clearly considered what could happen right now.
"It simply depends on how he finishes this season, how he feels, and how the club feels about him; we never pressured Kaizer Chiefs to extend his contract last year, but they moved toward us and said we might want to let Bernard another year," Makaab recently stated to iDiski Times.
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