TSW Pegasus could be without coach Ricardo Rambo when they play their third cup final of the season at Hong Kong Stadium on Saturday. The Yuen Long-based team scored an emphatic 3-2 victory over powerhouses South China in the Sheffield United FA Cup semi-final at Mong Kok Stadium yesterday, and will take on the winners of today's other semi-final between NTR Wofoo Tai Po and Fourway. But their Brazilian coach, who has led the club to their third cup final in their maiden season and has lifted the Senior Shield trophy, is uncertain about his immediate future. 'My contract with the club will be over [today], but so far no one has spoken to me about this,' said Rambo after the victory. 'I have no idea if I will still be their coach in the final.' But the Brazilian paid tribute to his charges, saying they had done a great job in ousting the Caroliners for the third time in a row in the cup competitions this season. 'The boys have all showed strong determination to win and they deserve it,' he said. Captain Cheng Siu-wai thanked Rambo for his guidance. 'He has built the team pretty much from scratch as this is our first season in the league,' said Cheng. 'He has helped me get through many difficult times and he brought out the best in such players as Manoel Santos.' Santos was the Pegasus hero yesterday, scoring two goals in front of a 2,409-strong crowd, while forward Lee Hong-lim was also on target. South China's goals both came from Chan Siu-ki, including a penalty in the 81st minute. 'We were beaten by the better side,' said South China convener Steven Lo Kit-sing. 'But our players were never at their best.' League champions South China have finished the domestic season with only one trophy - the poorest result in Lo's three-year reign, but they still have the all-important AFC Cup round-of-16 match against Singapore's Home United on June 23. 'This is our top priority and we must win it,' said Lo.