Super Eagles and Chelsea legend snubs late Stephen Keshi, names a surprise man as his best coach ever

Super Eagles and Chelsea legend snubs late Stephen Keshi, names a surprise man as his best coach ever

- Victor Moses has named Antonio Conte as his best coach

- The Nigerian football legend played under the Italian at Chelsea

- Moses explained that he enjoyed his football career under the Inter Milan gaffer

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Nigerian footballer Victor Moses has picked current Inter Milan gaffer Antonio Conte as the best coach he has played under so far in his football career.

Victor Moses is one of the best Nigerian players to have played in the Premier League where he had stint with the likes of Chelsea, Liverpool, West Ham United and Stoke City.

During his active days at Chelsea, Victor Moses won the Premier League title, FA Cup and also the Europa League which he won under Italian gaffer Antonio Conte.

According to the report on Complete Sports, Victor Moses explained that Antonio Conte gave him the chance to believe in himself.

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“Conte is the best coach I’ve ever had.
“He helped me believe in myself. And the point is precisely in the human attitude, not because I found a new position on the right flank.
“I was ready to return to Inter before I joined Spartak. I had already discussed everything with Conte. But something did not work. Perhaps the financial situation has struck, I do not know.''

Before announcing his retirement in the Super Eagles after the 2018 World Cup, Victor Moses played 37 games for Nigeria scoring 12 goals and also won the Nations Cup title in South Africa.

Victor Moses and Conte.
Victor Moses and Antonio Conte in action on the pitch. Photo by Darren Walsh
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Earlier, had reported how Nigerian international Victor Moses penned a romantic message to his beautiful wife Josephine as the couple celebrates love on St. Valentine’s Day.

The former Chelsea star tied the knot with his long-time girlfriend in 2017 at a huge occasion which happened in London.

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Josephine and the player’s kids have been supportive of his career as they attend most of his matches at both club level as well as at the national team.

And as the world celebrate love on February 14, commemorating St. Valentine’s Day, the Chelsea player who is on loan at Russian club Spartak Moscow was happy.

Ibitoye Shittu is an award winning Sports Journalist with more than 10 years experience in News-writing, reporting and Public Relation. He is an HND and B.SC holder of Mass Communication and can be reached on Twitter @Ibishittu


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