Victor Moses Biography
(Nigerian Professional Footballer Who Plays as a Winger)
Birthday: December 12, 1990 (Sagittarius)
Born In: Lagos, Nigeria
Victor Moses is a Nigerian professional footballer, who currently plays for ‘Chelsea.’ His parents were killed when he was 11 years old, after which he relocated to the UK as an asylum seeker. He started playing football in school and has represented England in the ‘Under-16,’ the ‘Under 17,’ the ‘Under-19,’ and the ‘Under-21’ categories. He has also made 28 appearances for Nigeria and has scored 10 goals for his country. Moses started his professional football career with ‘Crystal Palace’ at the age of 16 and scored his first senior-level goal in a match against ‘West Bromwich Albion.’ He signed a £ 2.5 million-transfer to ‘Wigan Athletic’ for the ‘Premier League,’ where he was a regular starter. He was transferred to ‘Chelsea’ and played his first match as a substitute against ‘Queens Park Rangers.’ He was then loaned to ‘Liverpool’ and ‘Stoke City’ for two consecutive seasons. He then renewed his contract with ‘Chelsea’ and has been playing for them since then. He is married to a British national with whom he has a son and a daughter. The story of Victor Moses is that of a self-made man who has inspired many others to take up sports as a serious profession.