Victor Moses is a professional footballer of Nigerian descent, who as of now plays for ‘Chelsea.’ He lost his parents when he was 11 years of old, after which he migrated to the UK as an asylum seeker. He began got into football in school and has since represented England in the ‘Under-16,’ the ‘Under 17,’ the ‘Under-19,’ and the ‘Under-21’ classifications.
He has made 21 appearances for his home country Nigeria and has scored 10 goals for his nation. Moses began football professionally with ‘Precious stone Palace’ at 16 years old and scored his first senior-level goals in a match against ‘West Bromwich Albion.’ He eventual struck a £ 2.5 million-transfer deal to ‘Wigan Athletic’ for the ‘Premier League,’ where he was a basic starter.
He was transferred to ‘Chelsea’ and played his first match as a substitute against ‘Queens Park Rangers.’ He was eventually loaned to ‘Liverpool’ and ‘Stoke City’ for two back to back seasons. He at that point reestablished his contract with ‘Chelsea’ and has been playing for them from that point forward. He is married to a British national with whom he has a child and a little girl. The account of Victor Moses is that of an independent man who has motivated numerous others to consider sports as a professional career.
Adolescence and Early Life
Victor Moses was conceived on December 12, 1990, in Lagos, Nigeria, to a Christian minister. Both his parents were murdered when he was 11 years of old. With the assistance of his relatives, Moses was sent to the UK as a refuge seeker.
In the UK, he went to the ‘Stanley Technical High School,’ otherwise called the ‘Harris Academy,’ in South Norwood. While in secondary school, he began playing football for ‘Cosmos 90 FC’ in the nearby ‘Tandridge League.’ He was immediately noticed scouts from ‘Crystal Palace FC’ and was welcome to play in the club’s ‘Selhurst Park’ stadium, which was near his school.
He was selected for a grant to the ‘Whitgift School’ in Croydon, where previous ‘Chelsea’ and ‘Arsenal’ football star Colin Pates coached. Victor became well known at the youthful age of 14, by scoring 50 goals for the ‘Under-14’ group of ‘Crystal Palace.’ He was instrumental in the school group, helping them win various Cups, including a national-level competition, which saw him score every one of the five goals of his group against ‘Healing School’ of Grimsby.
Moses began foo
tball professionally with ‘Crystal Palace’ at 16 years old, with a draw against ‘Cardiff City.’ He scored his first senior-level goal in a game against ‘West Bromwich Albion’ in March 2008. He had 16 appearances for the club in the 2007– 2008 season and proceeded to extend his contractual terms for one more year. He scored twice in his 32 appearances. Be that as it may, the club was experiencing some grave financial problems, and Victor needed to look for a change soon.
In January 2010, Victor signed a £ 2.5-million transfer fee to ‘Wigan Athletic’ for the ‘Premier League.’ He scored his first goal for the club in a match against ‘Hull City’ in May 2010. He sustained a couple of injuries and needed to sit out for some time, till he scored his first group goal of the season in a 1– 0 victory over ‘West Bromwich Albion’ in November 2010. He kept on playing for the club in the 2011– 2012 season and was a consistent starter.
Moses was eventually transferred to ‘Chelsea’ in August 2012 and played his first game for the club as a substitute against their West London rivals ‘Queens Park Rangers.’ He scored his first League goal for ‘Chelsea’ against ‘Wolverhampton Wanderers’ and his first ‘Premier League’ goal against ‘Swansea City’ in November 2012. This was trailed by his first ‘Champions League’ goal against ‘Shakhtar Donetsk.’ His splendid form proceeded with his first ‘Europa League’ goal against ‘Rubin Kazan.’
Moses was eventually loaned over to ‘Liverpool’ for the 2013– 2014 season, where he made his introduction against ‘Swansea City’ in a 2– 2 draw. He scored his first goal for ‘Liverpool’ in a 2– 0 victory over ‘Bournemouth’ in the ‘FA Cup.’
He later moved over to ’Stoke City’ on loan in the following season and made his debut in a win against ‘Manchester City.’ He was criticized for false penalty claims against ‘Swansea City’ in the wake of falling due to tackle by Angel Rangel, yet he was later exonerated of the charge. He sustained a couple of injuries amid the season and needed to sit out for some time, till he came back to play against ‘Leicester City.’ He again endured hamstring injury toward the finish of the season.
In 2015, his contract terms with ‘Chelsea’ was extended till 2019. He played a couple of matches for the club and was loaned to ‘West Ham’ for whatever is left of the 2015– 2016 season. He debuted with the club in a game against ‘Newcastle United,’ in which he was named the ‘Man of the Match.’ He scored his only goal for ‘West Ham’ in a 1– 2 victory over ‘Manchester City.’
Having proved himself, Moses came back to play for ‘Chelsea’ in the 2016– 2017 season. He played his first group match for the club in a 2– 1 victory against ‘West Ham United.’ Chelsea embraced the 3– 4– 3 formation and Moses wound up playing right-sided wing-back, from where he scored his second goal of the season against ‘Leicester City.’ He represented ‘Chelsea’ against ‘Arsenal’ in the 2017 ‘FA Cup’ finals, in which he was given a red card for plunging himself into the penalty area. He and four other players were sent off the field in a ‘FA Cup’ last.
Moses has played for ‘Crystal Palace’ from 2007 to 2010, for ‘Wigan Athletic’ from 2010 to 2012, for ‘Liverpool’ from 2013 to 2014, for ‘Stoke City’ from 2014 to 2015, for ‘West Ham United’ from 2015 to 2016, and is at present with ‘Chelsea.’
He has played for the English ‘Under-16,’ ‘Under-17,’ ‘Under-19,’ and ‘Under-21’ groups from 2005 to 2010.
He has shown up for Nigeria since 2012 and has scored 10 goals.
Achievements & Awards
He was the highest goal scorer in the 2007 ‘UEFA European U-17 Championship,’ for which he was granted the ‘Golden Boot.’
In October 2012, while playing for ‘Chelsea’ in the ‘Group Cup,’ he was named the ‘Man of the Match’ in a game against ‘Manchester United.’
He was again named the ‘Man of the Match’ while playing for ‘Stoke City’ against ‘Newcastle United.’
Moses is happily married to a British national named Josephine, together they have a child, Bentley, conceived in 2012, and a girl, Nyah, conceived in 2015.
Moses has played for the ‘Under 16,’ the ‘Under 17,’ the ‘Under 19,’ and the ‘Under 21’ groups of England.
He played for Nigeria in the 2013 ‘Africa Cup of Nations’ and scored two penalties against Ethiopia in the finals to enable his nation to win the competition. He was likewise chosen to play for his nation in the 2014 ‘FIFA World Cup.’ However, they lost to France in the “Round of 16” game. He proceeded to score a brace for Nigeria against Algeria in a qualifying match for the ‘FIFA World Cup 2018,’ helping his group accomplish a 3– 1 triumph.
Victor Moses daughters: Nyah Moses
Victor Moses son: Brently Moses
Victor Moses Net Worth: Victor Moses has an estimated net worth of around $23 million USD
Victor Moses Salary: Victor Moses ‘s salary is $3 million dollars
Victor Moses wife: His wifes’s name is Josephine Moses
Victor Moses age: He is 28 years of age
Victor Moses father: His fathers’s name is Austin Moses
Victor Moses mother: His mothers’s name is Josephine Moses