Bernard Parker will leave Kaizer Chiefs, at whatever point that is, as an outright legend subsequent to doing his absolute best for the club since his appearance in 2011.
The veteran player, who is 36-years of age, has been with Chiefs for 11 years at this point, and keeping in mind that there is discussion of him leaving Naturena, that won't delete his heritage at the club.
On Saturday, Parker got Amakhosi's balancer in the 2-2 draw at home against Swallows - and accordingly, assisting Chiefs with staying away from rout.
It was Parker's fourth objective of the time for Chiefs, and he got those objectives in 24 association matches while likewise enlisting two helps.
By scoring against Swallows, Parker took his count of objectives for Chiefs to 62 across all rivalries since his appearance.
Parker scored the 62 goals in more than 363 cutthroat counterparts for Amakhosi - and he is the club's unsurpassed goalscorer in the PSL period.
Behind him is Siphiwe Tshabalala with 58 objectives while Knowledge Musona is sitting third in the unequaled goalscoring outlines with 40 objectives.
Previous Chiefs striker Collins Mbesuma is behind the triplet with 36 objectives for the club - the Zambian scored the 36 objectives between 2003-2005.
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