WorldStage Newsonline-- Electrifying Super Eagles winger, Victor Moses, has again reacted to news making the rounds about his next port of call in club football, declaring that he prefers to be left alone for now to pursue his international career with the Nigerian national team.
Moses caused a stir on the flight from Malawi to Abuja, when NFF Technical Committee Chairman, Chris Green, who is a supporter of Manchester United, told him that the best place for him to ply his trade will be on the red side of Manchester. But Eagles boss, Stephen Keshi who was a shouting distance away from where Green was joking with the Eagles ace, countered by telling the Wigan star to sign the dotted lines for Liverpool. “Because if you do that you will never walk alone”, he said. Keshi is a known supporter of Liverpool.
Petit Rangers International of Enugu winger, Ejike Uzoenyi, who was watching the drama, will not be left out of the talk without making his own contributions.”Arsenal is the best clubside in the world and I will advise Moses to sign for them”, he said. Ejike is a supporter of the London Gunners.
Moses was by now totally bemused at the arguments over his next port of call and when prodded by Eagles Media Officer, Ben Alaiya, where he would be next season, as the likes of Liverpool, Tottenham, his present club; Wigan, Chelsea and lately Sunderland have all laid claim to him, he flashed a disarming smile and said, “it’s only Nigeria for now. My agent and other people know where best I can play and they are working on it, at the right time a decision will be taken.”
With that all contenders for Moses withdrew into their shells, at least for the meantime.