THE Guyana Football Federation (GFF) yesterday announced its 25-man team who will be encamped for the June 2-4 U-15 tournament in St Martin.Guyana will be among ten countries participating in the tournament, and according to the GFF the squad will be reduced to a 16-man travelling team following encampment, which will end tomorrow. The team is scheduled to depart on Thursday June 1.Bryan Joseph was named head coach, while Challous McKinnon will serve as his assistant. Eon DeVeira (goalkeeper coach), Charlene Henry (physiotherapist) and Rohanna Carryl (operations) are the other members of the technical staff, which will be spearheaded by the GFF’s technical director Ian Greenwood.Squad: Shawn Adonis (goalkeeper), Oswin Fredericks (goalkeeper), Jamari Fredericks (goalkeeper), Joshua Braithwaite, Wayne Da Silva, Cyrus Nicholson, Jermaine Padmore, Rickford Emmanuel, Kevin Reddy, Marcus Wilson, Okifi Patoir, Shannon Samnauth, Orville Daniels, Tyrel Khan, Derron Niles, Jermaine Garrett, Ravon Bayley, Trevon Adams, Omari Glasgow, Ken Salvador, Troni Semple, Kamani Milne, Ronaldo Rodrigues, Cephas Chase and Ntini August.
Manuel Lanzini in action for West Ham West Ham boss Slaven Bilic has confirmed the club will ‘100 per cent’ sign Manuel Lanzini on a permanent deal.The 23-year-old arrived on loan from Al Jazira last summer and has shone during his first season in English football.The attacking midfielder has scored five goals in 21 games and now Bilic has confirmed West Ham are going to take up the option to buy the Argentine outright for £7.4m.“With Manuel it is a clear situation from the start. He came on loan and we had an option and the contract is there,” said Bilic.“He is our player and he is happy here. We want him for a long, long time. It is a great signing for us.“The board and my staff decided long ago that we want to activate that option. That is done. The decision was made a long time ago.” 1