Bernard Parker, a former Kaizer Chiefs forward who left the team in the off-season, has finally found a new team in the DStv Premiership.
In what the Soweto-based giants know as a roster overhaul, the Kaizer Chiefs discharged thirteen players, including Bernard Parker (Die Hond).
Parker wasn't as fortunate, while many of the Amakhosi players who were released had the good fortune to find new homes both domestically and overseas prior to the 2022–23 campaign.
Bernard Parker reappeared at SuperSport United while on trial there alongside his old coach Gavin Hunt and the Matsatsantsa team in the hopes of signing a contract after being released.
When he was playing for SuperSport United, there were rumours that his previous coach was interested in recruiting him to give the youthful squad, which only included players like Thamsanqa Gabuza, Thulani Hlatswayo, and Bradley Grobler, who had significant experience, more experienced players.
Bernard Parker got a contract with a team no one really expected, despite working out with the Tswane-based team. It is not surprising that TS Galaxy will go in on more of the seasoned talents of the top flight given that the Rockets signed Sibusiso Vilakazi after he left Sundowns.
Bernard Parker, who had been on trial with SuperSport United, unexpectedly agreed to a two-year contract with TS Galaxy. The club made the announcement soon before their match against SuperSport United on matchday three.
Bernard Parker was unable to find a team with which to begin the season, but maybe now that he has committed to a two-year deal with the Galaxy, he can get some playing time going forward.
After three games, with two victories and one tie, TS Galaxy is still unblemished. In the DStv Premiership standings, the Rockets are now in second position, one point behind first-place Richards Bay FC, who is also still undefeated.
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