Georgetown: As the newly-appointed Golden Jaguars’ Head Coach, Márcio Máximo, hits the ground running, preparing the Guyana-based Golden
Jaguars for the upcoming Concacaf Nations League (CNL), the Elite Coaches are scheduled to benefit from his interaction with the team.
This initiative is geared towards building capacity of the local coaches where they will have an opportunity to observe the sessions and ask questions as necessary.
The schedule for the coaches’ attendance is as follows:
• Monday, August 26 and Thursday, August 29, at 16:00hrs: Den Amstel FC,
Guyana Police Force FC and Victoria Kings FC
• Tuesday, August 27 and Friday, August, 30 at 16:00hrs: Buxton United FC, Fruta
Conquerors FC and Ann’s Grove United FC
• Wednesday, August 28, at 16:00hrs and Saturday, August 31 at 8:00hrs:
Santos FC and Milerock FC
Western Tigers FC and Guyana Defence Force FC respectively will be included as soon as coaches are appointed.
A 31-man Guyana-based provisional squad is in training at the GFF’s National Training Centre,
Providence for the CNL; Guyana’s first match is scheduled for September 6 against Aruba in Curacao.
Guyana will play three home and three away matches as follows:
September 6: Aruba vs Guyana in Curacao
October 9 – Guyana vs Jamaica in Guyana
October 11: Antigua & Barbuda vs Guyana in Antigua
October 14 – Guyana vs Antigua in Guyana
November 15 – Guyana vs Aruba in Guyana
November 18: Jamaica vs Guyana in Jamaica
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