Absa Premiership

Parker signs contract extension with Kaizer Chiefs

2019-03-07 08:13
Bernard Parker (Gallo Images)

Cape Town - Bernard Parker has extended his contract with Kaizer Chiefs by an extra year, the club confirmed on Wednesday.

The forward, who will turn 33 on the 16th of this month, has he put pen to paper on a new one-year deal, with a further one-year option to extend.

His current contract would have run until the end of the season.

The extension will make sure he will be at Chiefs beyond the nine-year mark.

There had been recent speculation about Parker's future, especially since he has become a regular starter once again under manager Ernst Middendorp.

Parker has featured in 18 league games this season and contributed two goals.

Meanwhile, in other news at Kaizer Chiefs, the club have promoted youngster Njabulo Blom from the reserve side into the first team squad.

The 19-year-old is a defender by trade and has represented South Africa at U-20 level.

Blom has signed a four-year contract.

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