Scott Nurse

Scott Nurse

Playing Career: Semi-Professional football

Guyana National Team (2007 - present)

Enhanced CRB certified
FA Level 2, UEFA B


Scott started playing football from the age of 6. From there he has gone on to represent a number of teams from across various levels. From county level with Greater London to his native Guyana on the international stage. Scott has represented his country at U15, U17, U20, U23 levels and also has 6 senior team appearances.

After completing his degree in 2008 in Football Studies and Business at Southampton Solent University, Scott has gone on to work for a professional football club as a sports development coach. After breaking his leg in early 2009, Scott decided to focus on his coaching as his passion for the beautiful game was second to none. While recovering from injury, he was appointed joint youth team coach at a Ryman League outfit, taking the under 18 side all the way to glory in the Surrey County Cup.

Scott has always been interested in the tactical side of the game and has a clear vision of the way that he believes football should be played and coached. At a young age Scott was inspired by the great Holland team of the 1970s who showed the world what and how ‘total football’ was and should be played. This formed the basis of his ideology on coaching children and young people.

Scott recently experienced his first cruise in February where he represented Premier Coaches on board P&O Cruise Liner Ventura.  With his positive attitude and extreme professionalism he give a great insight to how football should be played and everyone on board enjoyed his sessions. Scott will next be seen on board P&O Cruises during October.