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Bernard Parker Looks At Life After Football, Kaizer Chiefs Star Talks About Future As Contract Draws to an End
- Bernard Parker's contract with Kaizer Chiefs is winding down to an end after 11 years at the Soweto club
- Bernard Parker is considering his future after football as his contract with Kaizer Chiefs draws closer to an end
- Parker became Kaizer Chiefs leading goalscorer of all time during his time with the club and is not considering his future after Chiefs
Bernard Parker's contract with Kaizer Chiefs is coming to an end and the legend has started looking at life after football.
Parker was signed for the Amakhosi in 2011 and has gone on to become the club's leading goalscorer in the Premier Soccer League era.
Now at 35-years-old, Parker is thinking about life after football according to his agent, The South African reported.
Parker started his career in 2004 at Thanda Royal Zulu and soon became a legend for clubs and country. According to Goal.Com, Parker's agent Mike Makaab said they hadn't held talks with Kaizer Chiefs as yet but would wait and see what happens in the next few months.
Parker's contract with the Glamour Boys is now in its final six months.
He admitted that Bernard would love to remain at Chiefs in any position once he was no longer competing professionally.
Fans have since taken to social media to admit that Kaizer Chiefs wouldn't be the same without Parker as part of the team.
"I really can't imagine Kaizer Chiefs without Bernard Parker. I can't believe the will come a time where he will have to retire"
"Respect the goat.. Bernard Parker is the best in the business."
"I'm not a Bernard Parker fan but I'd honestly give him a contract extension at Kaizer Chiefs... That guy has always pulls through at the worst and his leadership it's needed. He has improved heavily this season."
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In other Premier Soccer League news, Malawi's Gabadinho Mhango has become a name every football lover is now talking about after his performances at AFCON 2021, Sports Brief earlier reported.
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Mhango scored twice to help Malawi to third place in Group B where they now wait to see if they qualify for the round of 16 stage of the tournament. Mhango has scored twice in the competition thus far, and despite not scoring against Senegal, he still put on a great performance.
Malawi and Senegal drew 0-0 in the final group game which saw Senegal top the group, BBC reported. Mhango's two goals meant that he's scored one more than Sadio Mane and Mo Salah, two players plying their trade in England's top flight.