Standing together and be a family – Parker

The Kaizer Chiefs players are very disappointed to have missed out of the Telkom Knockout final, but they still form a strong union, standing together. That’s also the theme for this season:

  • One Team
  • One Family
  • One Voice
  • One Nation
  • One Africa

To go with this theme, Amakhosi launched a limited edition unity T-shirt at the Soweto Derby.

“The T-shirt represents togetherness when it comes to the team,” Bernard Parkers reflects. “To be together, to be ‘One Family’ also goes beyond soccer – it’s the love for each other, for my teammates, for my family, for my fellow South Africans and Africans.”

The Kaizer Chiefs striker admits that losing out on the Telkom Knockout final is a major setback. “That only reiterates the cause to be ‘One Team, One Family’. It’s about encouraging and motivating each other. To clap each other’s back and to support as well as show love for each other. That’s what the words on the T-shirt represent.”

‘We, as players, clearly understand what we want to achieve during this whole campaign. We know that. It’s about togetherness – as players, with the office staff and, above all, with our supporters. We are one Family, forming a strong unit. Together we will become better and will achieve.”

Amakhosi is an African Family with members all over the world and that’s why we have created this very special T-shirt, which is for sale at R249.

It’s available at the KC Retail stores at the Village and Pretoria’s Tramshed shopping mall in Pretoria.

They are also available at our KC Insurance stores around the country:

  • Golden Walk, Germiston, Johannesburg
  • Alex Mall, Alexandra, Johannesburg
  • Gandhi Square, Johannesburg CBD
  • Fatima Bhayet Street, Rustenburg
  • Mega City Mall, Umlazi, Durban
  • Shop 114, Pier 14 Mall, Port Elizabeth

Our supporters can also order online, via our KC DigiStore, www.kcdigistore.com

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