Under former County boss Steve Thompson, Parkinson was usually employed as a third striker, but with McParland in, he was restored to his usual wide role.
Again Parky showed glimpses of quality but continued to frustrate fans with his lack of end product.
In second place, came centre-back Adam Tann with 17.1% of NCM votes.
A shocking display loaded with school boy errors mopped up by partner Stephen Hunt, claimed him a spot on the podium.
And in third is the one who can't buy a goal - Lawrie Duidfield.
A striker with so much promise but enduring a barren spell in front of goal.
But, who will McParland axe from his woeful side at Mansfield?