6 February 2018
FORMER CAPS United Winger Phineas Bamusi has set new targets after joining Triangle.
The winger started training with Triangle United after signing a one year contract with Taurai Mangwiro’s charges.
“Joining the team is a good development for my career. I am happy to focus on my performance and I will learn a lot with the side.
“I have to continue working hard, keep on believing in myself and take my performance to another level,” said Bamusi.
“From here I have to do my best to help the team achieve next season at the same time as a player I have targets which I would like to meet come end of year.”
He explained why he left CAPS United.
“I left CAPS United after they failed to renew my contract. I have no regrets leaving Makepekepe.
“My decision to join Triangle was motivated by a need to change environment, exposure to other techniques and skills is important for my personal development.
“Our football style in Zimbabwe is very competitive that is why our league produces good players.
“I think the best path to be taken by youngsters who want to play in the top flight league is to work hard and remain true to what they want in life,” he said.
Bamusi worked with Mangwiro during his time at Harare City.
Last season Triangle did not perform as explained and winning the Most Disciplined side award was the only consolation.
“Discipline is part of the game and without it, players tend to lose focus so I will follow suit and see what comes along with it.
“I respect the values of my new team and I have to do what the coach expect from me,” he said.