Prince Saydee Joins Mozambican Club Costa do Sol

Saydee at one of BYC training sessions at the Blue Field

Former Barrack Young Controllers forward Prince Saydee has joined Mozambican top tier club Costa do Sol.
Costa do Sol, is a Mozambican sports club based in Maputo, playing in Moçambola, the top division in Mozambican football. The have won the most titles in the league.

Saydee is viewed in one of the club’s video clips posted on their official Facebook page, with caption “Squad 2019 Presentation,” but his voice cannot be heard. The 22-year-old video is one of many similar videos been shared on the page with his teammates introducing themselves.

In one of the videos, LISCR FC midfielder Stephen Seamah, who is on loan to the club, can be heard saying “Hello, my name is Stephen Gretto Seamah, a midfielder, happy to play for Costa do Sol 2019.”

It is still unclear whether forward Saydee and LISCR FC parted ways officially, before joining the Mozambican Club.
It may be recalled, Saydee along with striker Sam Kollie were both signed by LISCR FC in February, 2018, on a three-year-deal for undisclosed fees, but the 22-year-old did not play a single game for LISCR until his departure from the country.

Saydee (first from right) alongside LISCR FC president Mustapha Raji (middle) and striker Kollie after signing a three-year-deal with LISCR FC in February, 2018.

Saydee joined BYC in 2013 from Liberia’s traditional club Invincible Eleven and scored. During his spell at BYC, the young forward was opportune to several international tryouts due to his impressive performances. He was also called up to the national team in 2013 under the guidance of then-coach Frank Jericho Nagbe in his 22-man squad for the Lone Stars’ match against Uganda.

During his final season at BYC, the forward struggled to put on his scoring boots and his perfectly placed passes with his club and the national team, but was signed by LISCR FC as reinforcement to the squad for the just end 2018 league season.