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Full House As Moses Joins Super Eagles Camp Ahead Of England Friendly

Full House As Moses Joins Super Eagles Camp Ahead Of England Friendly

By James Agberebi:
Chelsea star Victor Moses has joined his Super Eagles teammates in their London camp ahead of their pre-World Cup friendly against England at Wembley on Saturday.

The Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) confirmed Moses’ arrival on their verified Twitter handle on Thursday.

The football body stated that the Eagles players are all in camp now.

“Victor Moses has joined the team in camp, everybody is in now,” the NFF tweeted.

With Moses, the team now has 26 players in camp, including the doubtful Moses Simon who is battling with a thigh injury.

Moses who won the Emirates FA Cup with Chelsea should be in contention for a starting place when the Eagles face England.

The Eagles departed for London on Wednesday  after meeting with President Muhammadu Buhari.

COMMENTS

WORDPRESS: 8
  • Victor 6 months ago

    Now that he is in camp some people can now rest and stop accusing him of indiscipline.

  • @ vic, if they are not satisfied, let them call Roir & Pinick to drop him (victor Moses)

  • I mo blame the guy jare. We know he is prone to injury. The rest is good for him. For those who are blaming him, I think they ain’t just considerate. Welcome on board Moses our game changer but please, you need to be less selfish. Se you hear me Moses? Heenen. Good!

  • Good luck eagles.

  • Jones 6 months ago

    If Moses was playing for England do you think he would have waited 2 weeks before joining the team ?

    • Yes. It was a FIFA directive that players be given 10 days rest after their last match. Moses played in the FA Cup final on the 19th May

  • Israel Akinlawon 6 months ago

    Whether anybody likes or not, Victor Moses is our poster boy. You are welcome to the camp. Soar Super Eagles.

  • Base on fifa rule which says that a player should be given 10 days break after the end of the season before he can join the national team so dat why moses did nt com to the camp at nigeria