Johannesburg transport MMC Kenny Kunene and Patriotic Alliance leader Gayton McKenzie recently paid a visit to soccer star Bernard Parker at his home in Boksburg. Parker, a former Bafana Bafana international, is currently recovering from a leg injury he sustained during a match. The injury occurred during an over-the-top challenge by Bongani Zungu in TS Galaxy’s 5-4 Carling Knockout penalty shoot-out win over Mamelodi Sundowns.
Kenny Kunene and Gayton McKenzie visit Bernard Parker
Despite the severity of his injury, which required surgery, Bernard remains optimistic about his future in football. He plans to return to the field once he has fully recovered. During their visit, Kunene encouraged Parker’s fans to continue supporting him and suggested they buy his autobiography titled “From A Shack To Destiny: Bernard Parker Die Hond”.
Gratitude and Updates from Bernard
Bernard expressed his gratitude for the support he has received since the incident. He keeps his followers updated on his progress through his social media timeline. In a heartfelt message, he thanked his family, Tim Sukazi, the TS Galaxy family, coaches and management for their support. He also expressed appreciation for the well-wishes he received from other soccer clubs and supporters. He concluded by promising his fans that he will see them on the field again and wished them God’s blessings.