Saturday, August 16, 2014

Moses joins Stoke City

(AFP) – Chelsea's Nigeria winger
Victor Moses joined Stoke on a
season-long loan on Saturday.
Moses has struggled to make an
impact at Stamford Bridge since
moving from Wigan for £9
million ($15 million) in 2012 and
spent last season on loan at
The 23-year-old, who can play on
both flanks and in a more central
attacking role, is Stoke's sixth
signing since the end of last

Stoke's chief executive Tony
Scholes said: "We are delighted
to have secured the services of
such an exciting young talent in
"He will certainly add to our
attacking options and from
talking to him it's obvious that
he's really excited about the
prospect of making an impact in
the Premier League with Stoke

Moses, who started his career in
England at Crystal Palace, started
six Premier League games for
Liverpool last term and featured
in a further 13 from the bench,
scoring his only goal on his
debut against Swansea.

Born in Nigeria, Moses chose to
represent England at various
youth levels up to the under-21s
before deciding to play for the
country of his birth in senior
He started all four games at the
recent World Cup as Nigeria
reached the last 16 before losing
to France.

Reference: Vanguard

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