Bournemouth Youth forward Christian Saydee has gotten off to a very decent start this campaign, and has said that his confidence is increasing after scoring twice in his first match for Alan Connell side in the opening fixture of the new League Season.
Liberian youngster Christian Saydee bagged a brace of volleys for Bournemouth youngsters in the Youth Alliance League clash with Forest Green Rover on Monday afternoon at the Canford Arena.
Alan Connell men thrash , the young Rovers 5-0, in the opening fixture of the English U18 Premier League ,Youth Alliance Category , Saydee brace while Jake Adams, Skipper Nathan Moriah-Welsh and Connor Kurran-Browne were also on target to secure the Comfortable first win of the season.
“Of course it’s nice to start well,” with a goal and importantly the team win hugely and am impress with our performance today he said in quotes cited by Liberian Sports International.
“The Youth Alliance League is so difficult, but I was really happy to score and I will try to continue to score more goals and help the club.
“But for me, for my confidence, it was very important to have a Bright start and to score a goal on the opening day, ” what a perfect sign of improvement from illness last term. And I am going to make my impact felt well in this team , with my presence on the Field am confidence of delivering the goods.
” I did lost weight when I score the first goal, “To lose that ‘weight’ in the first game is very important for the rest of the season. Of course, I am a confident player, but when you don’t score or have a bad game, you feel sad.”
“I try to do my best on the pitch. I know the people want the strikers to score goals, but the manager knows me.”
For his part Youth team Coach ALAN Connell hailed Cherries under-18s’ first game of the season as “a good day and best way to Start the Campaign, as they thrashed Forest Green Rovers 5-0.
He told the club website: “First league game of the season and I could feel the boys were desperate to do well, so we tried to relax them after all the work they’ve put in during pre-season.
“They came out with a real intent to win the ball back and then with the ball we tried to be progressive and create as many chances as we could and I think we did that.
“Once we scored the first goal it settled us down and we took full control of the game.
“I’m delighted with the goals we scored and we could have had more, hitting the post in the second half.”
He continued: “The most pleasing thing about the whole day for me was the clean sheet.
“The boys have put a lot of work into their defending in pre-season and the way we play the ball will be a risk at times, but we encourage the boys to play and to handle what we expect of them technically.
“They showed determination to keep that clean sheet and it was a good day out all round, with plenty still to work on as we go into the season.”