Victor Moses Retirement ; A Blessing in Disguise

Many have poured out their mind over the decision of Chelsea's wing-back, Victor Moses to take time off international football at a peak age of 27.
It was a shocking announcement for about 200 million football loving Nigerians to take but we must look at the positives of that single action.

Victor Moses became a prominent star immediately after the completion of his international switch to the Super Eagles as a Cub.

Moses, Ex-Wigan F.C athlete took part in the 6-1 demolition of Liberian Lone Star that sealed an African Cup of Nations qualification ticket before going into the competition proper to make South Africa 2013 colourful than the rainbow nation.

The wing-wizard, took responsibilities in an elimination scent Group stage match-up with Ethiopia by winning and converting two spot-kicks.

Moses parted with the competition as Samsung Fair Player of the Tournament in only a third continental title for Nigeria.

It must be said that the Kaduna-born runner have grown over the years to become influential in the dressing room as the only thing eluding him is the arm's band.

Victor Moses has been the number one free-kick taker, most feared customer in space for African guards and 12-yard dispatcher for men in Green and White.

The former Hammer fail to harm oppositions with hundreds of corner kicks and free kicks, but yet stuck onto the responsibilities in leather game of high technicality and class.

A century of appearances could have been on his international curriculum vitae if not for his match-selection habit.

Football as team sport requires shared energy and contrast in responsibilities for success.
Kelechi Iheanacho have proven Victor Moses 'Crystal Palace' kingship set-plays are not the best with his goals against the Taifa stars of Tanzania and Argentina alongside his contributions to goals against the Egyptian Pharaoh's and Seychelles Pirates' while he is also smarter on the spot.
Another youngster, Kelechi Nwakali also showed some individual qualities at underage levels and will ripe in no time.

Ahmed Musa, Simon Moses, Henry Onyekuru, Samuel Kalu and Samuel Chukwueze are some exceptional talents that could fly as Eagles than someone out in blue.

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