Port Melbourne is pleased to announce that it has added Lambros Honos to its roster for the 2016 season.
Honos, 32, returns to the JL Murphy Reserve after spending 2013 and 2014 at the club.
The former Port Melbourne junior was a key cog in ensuring the Sharks’ survival in the state’s top tier in 2014.
He then went on to join Oakleigh Cannons the next year, where he featured in the FFA Cup.
The gifted right-footed midfielder has played professionally in Greece for over a decade and his return comes to the delight of Port Melbourne Head coach Eric Vassiliadis.
“He returns and brings great creativity, composure and an X factor to the group,” Vassiliadis told portmelbournesc.com.au.
“He knows the environment and the expectations and is excited to be part of the group.”
In other news, Eric Vassiliadis’ side will retain the services of Shaun Kelly after the captain penned a new deal.
The Englishman joins Alan Mulcahy, Michael Stark, Stjepan Gal, Alex Goodwin, Ryan Oppermann, Erhan Yalaz, Andrew Viola, James Riccobene, Alan Kearney and George Krommidas who have all committed to the club in the leadup to the new season.