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FOOTBALL: Premier League coach wants top job at KC

Published:Wednesday | November 5, 2014 | 9:19 AM
Calvin Lewis - File

Calvin Lewis, who led Portmore United to the National Premier League title in 2011, says he would like to coach at the schoolboy level.

Lewis has set his sights on becoming the next head coach of Kingston College, (KC).

The past student of KC says he will apply for the job within weeks.

The post of head coach became vacant in October after the school parted ways with Lenworth ‘Teacher’ Hyde, following a 7-0 defeat to archrivals St George’s College.

Neil Harrison, head coach of the school’s track and field team, has since been installed as interim coach for the remainder of the competition.

Lewis has coached at all level except the schoolboy league.


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