Duckie back at Humble Lion

September 03, 2016
@Normal:Humble Lion's Wolry Wolfe (left) and Francois Swaby celebrate a goal against Boys' Town in their Red Stripe Premier League encounter at the Barbican playfield on January 14. Humble Lion won 3-1.

Returning Humble Lion FC tactician, Donovan Duckie says he is returning to the Clarendon-based team" on a three-year contract to give 110 per cent" to win this season's Red Stripe Premier Football competition, which kicks off tomorrow.

Humble Lion will play their first match at the Effortville Community Centre in Clarendon, at home to mid-team Boy's Town FC.

The Clarendon team finished back-to-back semi finalist in the RSPL competition, with Duckie taking charge of the team mid-way into the 2014-15 campaign, following a slump.

"It's the third season, so we are expected to win, that is our main objective to win, and that is where our mind is at right now," Duckie said.

Reynolds in the meantime confirmed he has left Humble Lion.

"I am presently the Technical Director of Humble Lion. I am in my third season," Duckie told STAR Sports, adding that his team will be going all out to lift their first national league title.

"Well definitely, we have to still be optimistic. What I always take comfort in is that I always try to give 110 percent every time, so the philosophy of win, lose or draw must be acceptable in every competition," Duckie stressed.

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