The Guyana men’s national team recorded a comfortable 8-0 away victory over The Turks and Caicos Islands last Saturday, leaving them with four points from the first two games of qualification for the CONCACAF Nations League.

Following the 2-2 home draw with Barbados and Saturday’s emphatic win, Guyana will face a trip to French Guiana next month and then a home game against Belize in March, knowing they will probably need at least four or possibly six points to reach the Gold Cup for the first time in their history.

Head coach Michael Johnson, who has overseen the promising start, has also been featured in the media recently. To read his first-person piece with The Coaches’ Voice and listen to his interview with This Football Life, please click the links below:

The Coaches’ Voice

This Football Life

For any media enquiries for Michael Johnson or the Guyana Football Federation, please email