Nigeria Head coach, Stephen Keshi has explain why he left out Victor Moses from Nigeria’s AFCON 2015 qualifiers against Congo and South Africa because the forward has lost form.
Victor Moses, who has joined English
Premier League side Stoke City was
conspicuously missing from Keshi’s 23-
man squad released on Tuesday for next
month’s AFCON qualifiers against Congo
and South Africa.
“I watched Victor Moses at Chelsea’s pre-
season and he seemed to be struggling as
he had limited play time with the club,”
Keshi told only AfricanFootball.com
“Now that he has joined Stoke City, I
think he needs time to get back to the
player we know him to be.
“I think it’s time he made up his mind
what he wants, if he wants to play football
After emerging as one of Nigeria’s top
stars at last year’s Africa Cup of Nations in
South Africa, Victor Moses missed the FIFA Confederations Cup in Brazil on account of injury, before he struggled to make an impact at the recent World Cup.
Last season, he endured a torried time at
Liverpool after he was shipped out on
loan by Chelsea and this season, he has
again been released on loan to Stoke City
as he does not figure in Jose Mourinho’s