Snodia Mikiri, Sports Reporter
FORMER CAPS United striker Dominic Chungwa believes he has unfinished business with the Harare giants despite having left for Zambian side Lumwana Radiants.
He joined together with fellow Zimbabwean and Kelvin Bingala formerly with Herentals.
Chungwa becomes the second player from CAPS to join the Zambezi trek.
He, however, said he is not done yet with the 2016 champions.
“I still have a lot to offer to CAPS United. Especially after losing the league on the last day, I would like to win the league with them once more.
“CAPS have always been my home and it remains my home, they have a special place in my heart.
“I would like to that the CAPS United family. I know I still have something to offer, I feel warm every time I am there,” said Chungwa.
Chungwa, who rejoined CAPS from South African side Polokwane City, did not really live up to the expectations in the 2019 season.
He has, however, vowed to do better next time.
“I want to promise them this is not the end, I had a great time with them.
“I am humbled with the gesture of them giving me another chance to go and work outside, I will never forget them,” he added.
This means Chungwa only had less than a month of rest since the Zambian league is ongoing.
He is not worried with fatigue.
“With the caliber of our job, sometimes you have no option but to learn quickly and adapt, who needs a rest?
“This is not a new thing to me, I have done it before. In football you don’t have much time to waste. You have to capitalise on each and every move you make.
“I have no worries about fatigue, the only thing that is in my mind is to work hard and deliver,” said the former Dynamos player.
The striker said everything is going on well so far and they have no complains as of yet.
Lumwana Radiants are currently 12th on the log with 20 points from 17 games.