It has been an interesting transfer window by far in the DStv Premiership League. Teams have been recruiting the right players that will make them succeed. Kaizer Chiefs striker Bernard Parker has made headlines in recent times. The 36-year-old has returned to the Rockets after being closely associated with a move to SuperSport United in recent days. Former Kaizer Chiefs forward Bernard Parker has been signed by TS Galaxy to a two-year contract. After being released by the Soweto giants two months ago, the former Bafana Bafana star has found a new home. He unexpectedly made a comeback at TS Galaxy, who had shown promise this year by defeating Mamelodi Sundowns 1-0 on Wednesday in a Premier Soccer League encounter.
TS Galaxy confirmed the new signing on their official Twitter account. They said "TS Galaxy Football Club has captured the signature of former Bafana Bafana international, Bernard Parker on a two-year contract. Welcome to the Rockets Bernard Parker." Parker is TS Galaxy's third notable acquisition after bringing in former Orlando Pirates player Xola Mlambo from AmaZulu FC and former Sundowns star Sibusiso Vilakazi. How well do you think Bernard Parker will do at TS Galaxy? Comment your answer below, share and hit the like button please.
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