30 October 2018
FC Platinum new signing Nhamo Lameck says his heart is still with Triangle until he switches to Zvishavane at the end of the season.
Lameck has since been included in FC Platinum’s 27-man squad for the CAF Champions League competition but still has unfinished business with Sugar Sugar Boys.
The gunslinger has scored 12 league goals and four in the Chibuku Super Cup and has promised his best in the remaining matches.
“I will do my best in the remaining games. I still have to deliver my best at Triangle. They deserve it anyway.
“Those last three league games will prepare me for FC Platinum since I have to be at my best to have game time at that team.
“Triangle prioritise the remaining games and the same with me, after all I am still part of them,” he said.
Triangle are facing Harare City in the Chibuku Super Cup final and there are three remaining league matches including another clash with Dynamos this Sunday.
Lameck wants to score more goals in the final match against Harare City.
“Not targeting the Chibuku golden boot but I just want to continue scoring and sharpen my scoring skills.
“I am targeting two more goals in the final.
“I am confident we will defeat City because I will score a brace or maybe more. My target going forward is to score in each and every game I play,” he added.
He said they could have won the semi-final against Dynamos 3-1 saying his disallowed goal should have stood.
“A rebound can never be an off side. Our third goal was a clear goal and it was a rebound, to my surprise the officials decided otherwise and called it an offside.
“I think these officials are pushed by situations sometimes they make poor decisions,” he said.