- Victor Moses had a terrible spell with the Reds
- The retired Super Eagles player joined Liverpool on loan from rival club Chelsea
- Moses managed just 2 goals for Liverpool in his 22 appearances for the club
Victor Moses is now regarded as one of Liverpool's terrible signings under Brendan Rodgers as he was named in an eleven-man list compiled by talkSPORT.com and cited by Complete Sports.
The 29-year-old had moved to Anfield on loan from rivals Chelsea just before the start of the 2013/2014 season.
Despite playing a total of 22 matches for the Reds, Moses managed to score just 2 goals for the club and was later sent on loan to Stoke City.
“It seemed unthinkable for Chelsea to let a decent player in Moses play for rivals Liverpool on loan in the 2013/14 season. However, any concerned Chelsea fans needn’t have worried as Moses really struggled to make an impact in a season on Merseyside,” talkSPORT.com wrote.
“Moses scored on his Reds debut, a well-placed finish at Swansea but that was his only goal for Liverpool.
“Those slightly more obsessive Kopites will remember Moses essentially missing an open goal with a fresh air shot on that infamous ‘Crystanbul’ night where Liverpool blew a 3-0 lead to draw at Crystal Palace."
Moses later returned to his main club Chelsea and was included in the 2016/2017 squad after impressing manager Antonio Conte.
He won the title with Chelsea that season scoring four goals in his 40 appearances in all competitions that season.
The retired Super Eagles player scored a total of 46 goals during his stint with England clubs including Crystal Palace, Wigan, Chelsea, Liverpool, Stoke City and West ham.
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Legit.ng earlier reported that Nigeria’s Victor Moses is said to have left Italy alongside six other Inter Milan players after their compulsory 14-day self-quarantine following the suspension of the Serie A.
Coronavirus continues to wreak havoc in Italy as the country’s death toll from the epidemic goes beyond a record 7,000 with over 70,000 confirmed cases.
Inter players were forced into self-isolation after Juventus’ defender Daniele Rugani tested positive for the dreaded disease, barely 24 hours after both teams had faced off behind closed doors.
Rugani was an unused substitute in that game which ended 2-0 in favour of Juventus as there were fears that all players might have been exposed to the infection.
Moses who has retired from the national team is on loan to Inter from Chelsea and it was reported that he returned to his base alongside Diego Godin, Ashley Young, Romelu Lukaku and Christian Eriksen.
Moses has managed to feature in just seven games for the club this season as he has struggled with recurring thigh injury.
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