Bernard Parker is still running strong and he has scored important goals too. Forget about his age the player has done well since they sign him after coming back from Europe. He won titles under Stuart Baxter and even when the Brit left the club, he still continued to play really good for the club. Chiefs are looking to offer him a new one year deal with the current deal expiring at the end of the season. He has done well in the last few moths and to be honest he deserves it.
Now news coming out of Naturena is that Kaizer Chiefs Management have now told coach Stuart Baxter that he needs to manage Parker’s playing time. Reports are that the club is looking to offer the veteran another contract extension. They still see him with value both in the playing side and in the dressing room. Is it worth keeping him with the like of Itumeleng Khune and Manyama who are also aging while they part ways with Willard Katsande. Maybe it will be worth it.
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