Kaizer Chiefs supporters had different opinions when it came to certain players that have been let go by the club's management. As they felt that there was still a space for certain players to shine and contribute positively in the current squad. Since, Amakhosi needed a balanced team that can battle against other DStv Premiership rivals and even push for victories than mediocre performances. Nevertheless, Chiefs still decided against keeping their legend Bernard Parker even though there was talks that he wanted to remain within the club and become part of their backroom staff.
Parker's exit wasn't welcomed well by all Chiefs fans as they felt that his leadership was crucial at Naturena. Even though the Glamour Boys have been struggling in the past seven years in terms of winning silverware, but Parker had something good going on with the club which was overshadowed by his inconsistency on the pitch. However, TS Galaxy have acquired his services as they feel that he'll contribute to the club immensely with his local and abroad experience. After his exit from Chiefs, Parker was reportedly training with his former coach Gavin Hunt at SuperSport United, but the Tshwane giants took longer to evaluate him and even give him a good deal.
That's when the Rockets didn't waste time as they started offering the talented midfielder a chance to retire within the club. As they offered him a two-year contract and he's expected to hit the ground running since he has played in the Premier Soccer League (PSL) for more than a decade. “TS Galaxy Football Club has captured the signature of former Bafana Bafana international, @BernardParker on a two-year contract. Welcome to the Rockets @BernardParker!” wrote Galaxy on their official Twitter account.
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