Moses Sakyi

From Kazakhstan Encyclopedia

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Moses Sakyi (born 12 March 1981) is a Ghanaian professional footballer who plays for Portuguese club União Desportiva de Rio Maior as a centre forward.

Club career

Born in Accra, Sakyi made his senior debut with Liberty Professionals FC, where he shared teams with future Chelsea player Michael Essien. He went on to compete professionally in a host of countries, representing Yimpaş Yozgatspor, İstanbulspor AŞ (Turkey), PFC Slavia Sofia (Bulgaria), S.C. Olhanense and C.F. Estrela da Amadora (Portugal).[1]

From January 2008 to 2012, other than in Portugal's Segunda Liga, Sakyi played professionally in the Cypriot First Division, the Chinese Super League, the Kazakhstan Premier League and the Indonesia Super League. On 21 June 2013 he was supposed to sign with C.D. Tondela,[2] but nothing came of it, and he met the same fate with SC Mirandela.[3] After two years out of football he joined another Portuguese side, Moura Atlético Clube.

International career

Sakyi gained the first of his two caps for Ghana on 14 June 2004, in a 0–0 friendly against Togo.



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