Nigeria manager Gernot Rohr has continued to express the disappointment with Victor Moses, who retired from international football at the age of just 27. The attacker announced his decision to retire in August this year after featuring for the Super Eagles at the summer World Cup finals in Russia.
Speaking to reporters, Rohr confirmed that the country’s federation did their best to convince him to prolong his international career but the attacker wanted to give more focus on his club career, he said:“I tried to convince him that it was not the best time to retire but he said he wanted to focus on his club career. I hope he will get an opportunity to play in Chelsea or with another club. I hope he will change his mind because he is only 27 years old. That is too young an age to retire.”
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The second vice-president of the Nigeria Football Federation Shehu Dikko has suggested that they are expected to meet up with Victor Moses in an attempt to convince him to return to international football. The Chelsea ace retired from Nigerian duty in mid-August citing family and career concerns but things have since not gone smoothly for the 27-year-old.
Moses was a regular under Antonio Conte last term where he was pretty much a constant in the right wing-back position but he has not enjoyed a similar run with new boss Maurizio Sarri, who has ditched the 3-4-3 formation to go with the orthodox four-man defence. As such, Moses has managed just one start across all competitions with Sarri only regarding him as a winger but Shehu believes the decision does not disregard the qualities of the former Wigan Athletic star.
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