Super Eagles forward Victor Moses booked a painful exit from the FA Cup finals in Wimbley on Saturday after he was given the marching orders by Centre referee in the 68 minutes. Moses had been accused of falling to the ground under a non-existent challenge forcing the referee to hand him a second yellow and…
The 26-year old Nigerian star says their attention is on Saturday’s FA Cup. The post Victor Moses targets double with Chelsea appeared first on Premium Times Nigeria.
Moses has been a revelation in a right-wing-back role in Antonio Conte’s team The post Amokachi: Moses can be Messi appeared first on The Eagle Online.
The 26-year-old was an outcast at the Blues across a three-year spell, being sent out on loan to Liverpool, Stoke City and West Ham United The post Moses ‘enjoying’ new wing-back role appeared first on The Eagle Online.
The Super Eagles squad list released for the planned friendly against Corsica will be different from the one to be made public for the 2019 African Cup of Nations qualifier against South Africa. The Eagles’ Media officer Toyin Ibitoye made the clarification on Monday night. “The 25-man Super Eagles list out this evening is for the Corsica friendly/Paris…
Middlesbrough have been relegated from the Premier League. The post Victor Moses closes in on Premier League Title with Chelsea appeared first on Premium Times Nigeria.
In place of the trio, the national team gaffer, Gernot Rohr, opted for three local league players The post Corsica friendly: Rohr drops Moses, Ideye, Ighalo appeared first on The Eagle Online.
Moses has hardly missed a game for the Blues this season, having spent most of the first four years of his Chelsea career on loan The post Moses profited from Conte’s micro-managing – Babayaro appeared first on The Eagle Online.
Since signing for the Blues in 2012, Moses has spent loan spells at Liverpool, Stoke City and West Ham United respectively, but under Antonio Conte, he has flourished in the right wing-back role in the team The post Moses: I never doubted my ability appeared first on The Eagle Online.
For three consecutive seasons, Moses was like a nomad in the EPL. The post Victor Moses: I never doubted my ability appeared first on Premium Times Nigeria.
Super Eagles forward Victor Moses was in action for 95 minutes as Chelsea walloped Tottenham 4-2 to book a place in the finals of the FA Cup on Saturday. Playing in front of 86,355 spectators at the Wimbley Stadium, Chelsea, who have won the prestigious FA Cup seven times, shot into the lead through Willian…
The Premier League amongst other European Leagues have a strong preference for African players above other continental nationalities, like the South American or Asian. In recent years Nigeria has become a prime exporter of top quality players placing around a dozen consistently on top and minor clubs, many of which has made a name for themselves. 1. Kelechi Iheanacho (Manchester City) One of Manchester City’s top player, the young 20 year old has been one of Nigeria’s top stars since a very young age by being a constant player for the National Team, both the Under-13 and winning the 2013 FIFA U-17 World Cup, being awarded the Golden Ball with 6 goals overall. For Manchester City he had scored 19 goals in first debut season between 2015 and 2016, performance that awarded him the 2016 FIFA Golden Boy. 2. Victor Moses (Chelsea) Victor Moses had a ruff start in 2016. Just being signed as a star reinforcement for West Ham United, the player suffered an early injury that left him out of the main team. When he finally was ready to return West Ham refused to sign a permanent deal and the main team had already been stablished by Antonio Conte, Moses was not in his plans. Moses returned to his home club Chelsea and recovered his game as a wingback, by controlling the pace of the game, killer passing and multiple goal assists. Victor Moses is now regarded one of the most valuable players of the Premier League and has West Ham fans sucking their pride. 3. Alex Iwobi (Arsenal) Alex Iwobi has been a permanent player in the main team for Arsenal ever since 2015. He can control the fast pace rhythm of the Premier becoming a nightmare for all rival teams. Nephew of the Nigerian super player Jay Jay Okocha, Iwobi will most certainly rise inside The Gunners and has a promising career ahead. 4. Ahmed Musa (Leicester City) Musa was purchased from CSKA Moskow by an astonishing £16.6 million by Leicester City, the revelation club of the 2016 season who won the Premier League for the very first time. Musa has failed to develop the expected potential, nonetheless the club maintained the top spots during the 2017 season with his aid. In the past season he managed to win the Russian Premier League as one of the most important players. 5. John Mikel Obi (Chelsea) Mikel Obi has had and up and down career with the Blues, probably due to a lack of versatility in didn´t situations. During the 2015/16 season he witnessed games from the bench instead of playing them under Jose Mourinho’s reign, which ended horribly for the manager. After Mourinho’s disastrous season and Guss Hiddink reign, Mikel witnessed a comeback to the main team. Both player and trainer new each other from times back and developed a nice playing record. Hiddink didn´t last though and Conte came as the promise for Chelsea as manager. Under Conte Mikel has once more been relegated to the bench after the 2016 Olympics in Rio. Mikel has been well over 10 seasons with Chelsea. Bet on Nigerian Players For Online betting from UK and Irish bookie on Nigerian players, William Hill offers the best promotions for this season.
The Nigerian was on for 90 minutes before leaving the pitch for Kurt Zouma as Chelsea extended their lead at the top of the Premier League to seven points The post EPL: Moses returns, as Chelsea move seven points clear appeared first on The Eagle Online.
Kelechi Iheanacho was a second half substitute as Manchester City kept their own top four finish ambition intact with a 3-1 win over Hull City. The post EPL: Victor Moses returns as Chelsea seal Champions League spot appeared first on Premium Times Nigeria.
The Nigeria international has missed the Blues’ last two fixtures since the international break as a result of the minor problem, which it was initially feared would require surgery The post Moses trains, ready for Bournemouth clash appeared first on The Eagle Online.
Moses missed Chelsea’s last game to injury. The post Can Chelsea beat Manchester City without Moses? appeared first on Premium Times Nigeria.