Guyana national team head coach Michael Johnson is attracting impressive media interest as a result of his historic attempt to reach the Gold Cup.

Michael will be a guest on BBC World Service radio’s Sportsworld show this Saturday (23 February) from 2pm-3pm GMT, discussing global football matters, the Champions League and Premier League and his own coaching career.

Johnson was also the subject of a double-page feature in issue 115 of fcbusiness magazine. The former Notts County, Birmingham City, Derby County and Sheffield Wednesday defender discusses what it would mean to Guyana if they beat Belize next month and qualify for their first ever tournament, as well as acknowledging the influence of his friend West Bromwich Albion boss Darren Moore and Derby County owner Mel Morris.

To read the interview in full, please click here.

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