Shabazz announces Guyana’s squad for Canada clash.

In a press release head coach of Guyana Men’s Team (The Golden Jaguars), Jamaal Shabazz has announced a provisional list of the Guyanese squad to face the Canada Olympic Team on May 15, 2016 at the Guyana National Stadium, Providence.
The squad consists of 25 players including six over-seas based namely; Pernell Schultz (Trinidad and Tobago), Mustafa Haqq (Barbados), Anthony Whyte and Daniel Whyte (Canada) and Charles Ishankie and Marvel Barrington (England).
Sunday’s main event will be preceded by a preliminary showdown between the Digicel’s Inter-Secondary School Football Competition Champion Christiansburg/Wismar Secondary take on the Milo Secondary School Under-20 champion, Chase Academy at 16:00hrs. The

Gregory Richardson
Gregory Richardson
Trayon Bobb
Trayon Bobb

feature game will see the Golden Jaguars battle Canada’s Olympic team in a much anticipated game set to kick off at 19:00hrs.
Encampment for the Golden Jaguars team will be from today (May 10) to May 14, 2016. Today’s session will be held at the Guyana Defence Force Ground, Camp Ayangana.
The Canadian coach has also revealed his 18-man squad for the game. The Canadian team is scheduled to arrive on Friday May 13, 2016.
The Golden Jaguars Squad reads; Alex Andrew Murray, King Solomon Austin, Joshua Tafari Browne, Colin Nelson, Kester Jacobs, Eon Lennox Alleyne, Gregory Fitzpatrick Richardson, Devon Leylando Millington, Daniel Jeran Wilson, Dwight Peters, Quincy Linford Adams, Trayon Denzil Bobb, Pernell Schultz, Dellon Lanferman, Ishankie Charles, Anthony Whyte, Marcel Barrington, Clive Nobrega, Tichard Joseph, Hubert Pedro, Les Charles Chritchlow, Jahall Greaves, Cortez Kellman and Haqq Mustafa.
The Canadian squad reads; Marco Carducci, Chris Serban, Jérémy Gagnon-Laparé, Jordan Murrell, Luca Gasparotto, Louis Béland-Goyette, Chris Mannella, Ben McKendry, Jordan Hamilton, Caleb Clarke, Ben Fisk, Richmond Laryea, Mark-Anthony Kaye, Raheem Edwards, Skylar Thomas, Manuel Aparicio, Brandon John and Maxime Crépeau.
Admission for the game is $1,000 and $5,000. for V.I.P.