Nigeria coach touts Victor Moses for national team comeback.

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Oskuntin Ekvavoen, Nigerian national football team coach. Trying to convince former Chelsea winger Victor Moses to return to play for the national team again.

Moses decided to retire from the Nigeria national team in 2018. Because he wanted to focus and focus on playing for the club. The 31-year-old winger currently plays for Spartak Moscow in the Russian League.

Nigerian Football Federation president Amaju Pinnick. And former coach Gernot Ror have previously tried to convince Moses to return to the national team. But both UFABET were unsuccessful. Now, this will be the turn of Ekvavoen, who took office in December last year.

“We want the best for our country, Victor Moses is my favorite player. And I’m trying to get him back. We have spoken,” Ecuvoen said.

“He wasn’t part of those games (World Cup play-off vs Ghana), but hopefully that will happen over time. Because we want the best for the team.”

Victor Moses began his professional football career with ‘Crystal Palace’ at the age of 16 with ‘Cardiff City’ he scored his first senior goal in a match against ‘Crystal Palace’. ‘West Bromwich Albion’ in March 2008, including 16 appearances for the club in the 2007-2008 season and extending his contract for another year. He scored twice in 32 appearances, however, the club was in serious financial trouble and the champions had to make changes soon.

Awards and achievements

He is the top scorer in the tournament. ‘UEFA European U-17 Championship 2007’ which he won. ‘Golden Shoes’

In October 2012, while playing for ‘Chelsea’ in the ‘League Cup’ he was named ‘Man of the Match’ against ‘Manchester United’.

He was again named ‘Man of the Match’ while playing for ‘Stoke City’ against ‘Newcastle United’.