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CHELSEA new arrival, Victor Moses expects a tough season ahead of him as he looks for breakthrough at Stamford Bridge and the Nigerian national team, the Super Eagles.
On arrival from international duty in Liberia where Nigeria played 2-2 draw against the Lone Stars, Moses told Wiganfc.com that he was ready for an action-packed season.
“It could be streneous but that is the lot of a professional''
''I am new at Chelsea and it is the same with the Eagles. It is not like four years ago learning the ropes at (Crystal) Palace. Now I am a Premiership player and a full international. I am still trying to settle amidst these and I know a lot is expected from me.''
SaturdayTribunesports recalls that Moses secured clearance to play for Nigeria after a protracted formality with FIFA while his transfer from Wigan to Chelsea is perhaps the most sagacious in the English season with both clubs only coming to terms after four trading sessions.Share
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