Victor Moses

Victor Moses (born 12 December 1990) is a Nigerian professional footballer who plays as a winger on either flank for Süper Lig club Fenerbahçe, on loan from Chelsea of the Premier League.

Victor Moses
Moses playing for Nigeria at the 2018 FIFA World Cup
Personal information
Full name Victor Moses[1]
Date of birth (1990-12-12) 12 December 1990[2]
Place of birth Lagos, Nigeria
Height 1.77 m (5 ft 10 in)[3]
Playing position Winger
Club information
Current team
Fenerbahçe (on loan from Chelsea)
Number 11
Youth career
2001–2007 Crystal Palace
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
2007–2010 Crystal Palace 58 (11)
2010–2012 Wigan Athletic 74 (8)
2012– Chelsea 87 (7)
2013–2014Liverpool (loan) 19 (1)
2014–2015Stoke City (loan) 19 (3)
2015–2016West Ham United (loan) 21 (1)
2019–Fenerbahçe (loan) 20 (5)
National team
2005 England U16 1 (0)
2006–2007 England U17 15 (9)
2008–2009 England U19 12 (2)
2010 England U21 1 (0)
2012–2018 Nigeria 38 (12)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 17:24, 2 December 2019 (UTC)

Moses began his career in the Championship with Crystal Palace, before his performances caught the eye of Wigan Athletic, where he made his Premier League debut in 2010. After two years, his game had improved to the extent that European champions Chelsea were interested, and he signed for them in the summer of 2012. Despite ten goals in all competitions during his first season, he spent his second season on loan to Liverpool, his third on loan at Stoke City and his fourth on loan at West Ham United.

Born in Nigeria, Moses represented England youth teams at under-16, under-17, under-19 and under-21 levels, but opted to play for Nigeria as opposed to being fully capped for England. He has gained over 35 caps for Nigeria since his debut in 2012 and played in their winning campaign at the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations, as well as the campaign in the 2014 FIFA World Cup.

Club career

Early life and career

Moses was born in Lagos, Nigeria,[2] the son of a Christian pastor. When he was 11, his parents were killed in religious riots in Kaduna when rioters invaded their home. Moses was playing football in the street at the time. A week later, after being hidden by friends, his relatives paid for him to travel to the UK to claim asylum. He was placed with a foster family in South London.[4][5][6] He attended Stanley Technical High School (now known as the Harris Academy) in South Norwood. Scouted playing football in the local Tandridge League for Cosmos 90 FC, Crystal Palace approached him, with the club's Selhurst Park stadium just streets away from his school.[6]

Offered a place in the Eagles' academy, Palace recommended him to the fee-paying Whitgift School in Croydon, where former Arsenal and Chelsea star Colin Pates was coaching the school football team.[6] Moses first came to prominence at 14 after scoring 50 goals for Palace's under-14s side. Playing for three years at both Whitgift and Palace, Moses scored over 100 goals as well as helping Whitgift win many School Cups, including a National Cup where Moses scored all five goals in the final against Healing School of Grimsby at the Walkers Stadium, Leicester.[7]

Crystal Palace

Moses made his first team debut for Palace at the age of 16 on 6 November 2007 in a 1–1 draw with Cardiff City in the Championship.[8] He kept his place in the side thereafter and scored his first senior goal on 12 March 2008 in a 1–1 draw with West Bromwich Albion.[9] In total, Moses played 16 times in 2007–08 as Palace reached the Championship play-offs where they lost out to Bristol City.[10] At the end of the season, he signed a new contract at Selhurst Park, much to delight of manager Neil Warnock, who stated, "Victor signing is a huge coup for the club; I've told Victor he could go as high as he wants. He's improving every day and I am delighted that he has signed this deal as he is a player who will go from strength to strength."[11]

Moses score twice in 32 appearances in 2008–09 as Palace had a disappointing campaign, finishing in 15th position.[12] In 2009–10, Moses went on a run of six goals in eight matches but Palace were suffering huge financial problems and the club went into administration in January 2010.[13]

Wigan Athletic

On the final day of January 2010, he completed a £2.5 million transfer to Premier League side Wigan Athletic after Palace went into administration.[14] He made his debut on 6 February 2010 as a substitute against Sunderland in a 1–1 draw.[15] On 20 March 2010, Moses came on as a substitute against Burnley and got his first assist for the club, setting up Hugo Rodallega for an injury time winner.[16] He scored his first goal for Wigan on 3 May 2010 against Hull City.[17]

Moses picked up two injuries at the start of the 2010–11 season,[18] and found it difficult to make it back into the first-team due to increased competition for places. He scored his first league goal of the season on 13 November 2010 in a 1–0 win against West Bromwich Albion.[19]

Following the departure of winger Charles N'Zogbia, Moses became a regular starter for Wigan in the 2011–12 season. On 10 December 2011, he scored his first goal of the season against West Brom – his first goal since scoring against the same team last season.


2012–13 season

On 23 August 2012, Wigan accepted a fifth bid from Chelsea after they finally met Wigan's asking price after four previously unsuccessful bids. The player was given permission to speak with Chelsea.[20] On 24 August, Chelsea announced that the transfer of Moses had been completed.[21] Moses played his first game for Chelsea when he appeared as a substitute against West London rivals Queens Park Rangers on 15 September.[22]

Moses made his full debut for Chelsea when he started the League Cup game against Wolverhampton Wanderers and scored his first goal after 71 minutes in a game that finished 6–0 to the Blues.[23] Moses started his first Champions League game against Nordsjælland. On 31 October, Moses was named Man of the Match against Manchester United in the League Cup, a game Chelsea won 5–4.[24]

On 3 November 2012, Moses scored his first Premier League goal for Chelsea in the match against Swansea City, which ended in a 1–1 draw.[25] Four days later, he scored his first Champions League goal for Chelsea against Shakhtar Donetsk; Moses replaced Oscar in the 79th minute and went on to head in Juan Mata's corner with seconds left to secure a 3–2 win.[26] On 5 January 2013, Moses opened his scoring tally for the year with a powerful drive into the bottom corner whilst playing in the FA Cup Third Round against Southampton, as Chelsea came from 1–0 behind to beat the Saints 1–5.[27]

Moses scored his first Europa League goal for Chelsea in a 3–1 home win against Rubin Kazan,[28] and then his second in the reverse fixture a week later.[29] He continued his fine form in the competition by scoring his side's first goal in the 1–2 away win at Basel on 25 April.[30] He also scored in the reverse match against Basel when the Blues won 3–1 at home and secured their participation in the Europa League Final,[31] a match in which Moses did not feature but the Blues nonetheless won 2–1 against Benfica in Amsterdam on 15 May.[32]

2013–14 season: Loan to Liverpool

On 2 September 2013, Moses signed for Liverpool on a season-long loan deal.[33] He scored on his debut on 16 September against Swansea City in a 2–2 draw.[34] On 25 January 2014, he scored the first goal of a 2–0 victory against Bournemouth in the fourth round of the FA Cup.[35] Due to the form of Raheem Sterling during the 2013–14 season, Moses found opportunities hard to come by under Brendan Rodgers, playing 22 games of which only nine were starts.[36]

2014–15 season: Loan to Stoke City

On 16 August 2014, Moses joined Stoke City on loan for the 2014–15 season.[37] He made his Premier League debut for Stoke City on 30 August in a 1–0 win away at Manchester City.[38] In Stoke's 1–0 win over Newcastle United on 29 September, Moses provided the assist for the lone goal scored by Peter Crouch and was voted Man of the Match for his performance.[39] On 19 October, in a 2–1 win against Swansea City, Moses won a penalty after going down under a challenge from Àngel Rangel; after the match, Swansea manager Garry Monk claimed that Moses dived.[40][41] Match of the Day 2 pundit John Hartson also claimed Moses had cheated, but later apologised to Moses for his comments.[42] Moses scored his first goal for Stoke on 1 November in a 2–2 draw with West Ham United.[43] He suffered a thigh injury against Burnley on 22 November which ruled him out for eight weeks.[44] On 17 January 2015, Moses returned to the starting line-up against Leicester City, which ended in a 1–0 win for Stoke.[45] On 21 February, Moses scored a 90th-minute penalty to earn Stoke a 2–1 victory over Midlands rivals Aston Villa at Villa Park.[46] He also scored in a 2–0 victory over Everton on 4 March.[47]

With André Schürrle and Mohamed Salah leaving on a permanent basis and on loan, respectively, it was announced that Chelsea manager José Mourinho attempted to recall Moses back from Stoke mid-season, only for the winger to reject the move back.[48] Moses suffered a hamstring injury whilst playing against West Ham on 11 April, which ruled him out for the rest of the season.[49]

2015–16 season: Loan to West Ham United

After a successful season on loan with Stoke, Moses returned to the Blues and made appearances in all four of the preseason games and scored once, against Paris Saint-Germain F.C..[50] Moses made his first competitive appearance since the return on 2 August 2015 against Arsenal for the Community Shield when he replaced John Terry in the 82nd minute. The match ended with Chelsea losing 1–0.[51] Moses was also included on the bench during the first game of the season against Swansea City, although he did not make an appearance as Chelsea drew 2–2.[52]

On 1 September 2015, Moses joined West Ham United on a season-long loan.[53] Before joining West Ham United on loan, Moses signed a new four-year contract, which will keep him at Chelsea until 2019.[54] Moses made his West Ham debut on 14 September in a 2–0 home win against Newcastle United, where he was named Man of the Match.[55] In his second game, on 19 September away against Manchester City, Moses scored his only West Ham goal, in a 1–2 win.[56] On 5 December, during the match against Manchester United, Moses suffered a hamstring injury that ruled him out until February.[57]

In April, it was revealed that the loan deal also had an option to make the move permanent at the end of the season, but West Ham decided to turn down the option.[58]

2016–17 season

After impressing new manager Antonio Conte during preseason, Moses was included in the first-team squad. On 15 August 2016, Moses played his first league game for Chelsea in three years, coming off the bench for Eden Hazard against West Ham United in a 2–1 win.[59] On 23 August, Moses made his first start and scored his first goal since his return, in the Second round of the EFL Cup against Bristol Rovers in a 3–2 victory.[60]

After back to back league defeats, Conte converted into a 3–4–3 formation with Moses playing as a right-sided wing-back in the following match against Hull City. His performance as a wing-back helped Chelsea to a 2–0 victory and also earned him the Man of the Match.[61] On 15 October 2016, Moses scored his second league goal of the season against Leicester City in a 3–0 home win.[62] On 26 November 2016, Moses scored the winner in a 2–1 victory against Tottenham Hotspur and was named the Man of the Match.[63] Moses played 40 games in all competitions for Chelsea in the 2016–17 season, scoring four goals.[64] With Chelsea winning the Premier League title, Moses became the Nigerian player with the most Premier League appearances for a title winning team.[65] On 27 May 2017, he played in the 2017 FA Cup Final against Arsenal which Chelsea lost 2–1. Having been booked for a foul on Danny Welbeck earlier, he was given a second booking, resulting in a red card, after diving in the penalty area. He became the fifth player to be sent off in an FA Cup final.[66]

2017–18 season

Moses scored the opening goal in the 2017 FA Community Shield, which Chelsea lost to rivals Arsenal on penalties.[67]

2018–19 season: Loan to Fenerbahçe

In January 2019, Moses signed an eighteen-month loan deal with Turkish side, Fenerbahçe.[68] On 1 February 2019, Moses scored his first league goal of the season for Fenerbahçe in a 2–0 win against Göztepe.[69]

International career


U16 and U17 level

Despite originally hailing from Lagos, Nigeria, Moses initially chose to represent his adopted home of England, featuring for the under-16 team, in which he won the Victory Shield in 2005, and under-17 level. He travelled with the squad to the 2007 UEFA European U-17 Championship in Belgium, scoring three times (including the only goal in the semi-final win over France) to help John Peacock's side to the competition final, where they were narrowly beaten by a single goal by Spain, though Moses managed to finish as the competition's top scorer and collect the Golden Boot for doing so.

That same summer, the squad travelled to South Korea for the FIFA U-17 World Cup. Moses finished as the Young Lions' top scorer, netting three times in the Group B fixtures, but sustained an injury in the victory over Brazil that ruled him out of the competition. Moses' teammates went on to reach the quarterfinal stage.


Following that tournament, Moses was promoted to the under-18 squad, and following his goalscoring exploits for Crystal Palace's first-team, he was promoted to the under-19 side without appearing sufficiently for the U-18s to actually collect a cap. He went with the U-19s to the 2008 UEFA European U-19 Championship in the Czech Republic, playing two matches and picking up one assist as the Young Lions failed to make it out of Group B. Speculation grew as manager Stuart Pearce snubbed him that Moses would return to play for Nigeria in the 2010 FIFA World Cup—this move never materialised.


Moses was promoted to the under-21 squad at the beginning of the 2010–11 season and made his debut against Uzbekistan in a 2–0 win.[70]


Moses was selected to play for Nigeria against Guatemala in February 2011, but the friendly was cancelled.[71] He then accepted a call-up in March 2011 for Nigeria's games against Ethiopia and Kenya.[72] However, he was ruled out of those games because his application to FIFA to switch nationalities was not received in time. It was announced on 1 November 2011 that FIFA had cleared both Moses and Shola Ameobi to play for Nigeria.[73] Moses was called up to Nigeria's 23-man squad for the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations, scoring two penalties in their final group stage game against Ethiopia, which Nigeria needed to win to go through. For the second, Ethiopian goalkeeper Sisay Bancha was given his second booking in the events leading to the penalty and was sent off. Ethiopia had already used all three substitutes so their holding midfielder went in goal, and missed Moses' penalty. The game ended 2–0. Nigeria went on to win the tournament, their third such title. Moses started in the final and played the entire game.[74]

Moses was selected for Nigeria's squad for the 2014 FIFA World Cup[75] and started in their opening group match and the Round of 16 match against France as they lost 2–0.[76]

Upon Gernot Rohr's assumption as Nigeria's head coach in August 2016, Moses featured regularly in the FIFA 2018 qualifying matches.[77] Moses scored a brace for Nigeria during a FIFA 2018 qualifying match against Algeria in November 2016, helping them secure a 3–1 victory.[78]

In May 2018 he was named in Nigeria's preliminary 30 man squad for the 2018 World Cup in Russia, where he got a crucial equalizer against Argentina, though, his side lost the game in the dying minutes to see Argentina through while Nigeria got eliminated.[79] After the tournament, it was announced by Moses on 15 August that he has retired from playing for Nigeria at international football.[80]

Personal life

Moses grew up supporting Arsenal.[81] He has a son, Brentley, (born 2012) and a daughter, Nyah, (born 2015).[82][83]

Career statistics


As of match played 3 December 2019[84][85]
Club statistics
Club Season League National Cup League Cup Europe Other Total
Crystal Palace 2007–08[86] Championship 13310002[lower-alpha 1]0163
2008–09[12] 2723020322
2009–10[87] 1861020216
Total 58115040206911
Wigan Athletic 2009–10[87] Premier League 1410000141
2010–11[88] 2112031262
2011–12[89] 3861000396
2012–13[90] 10000010
Total 7483031809
Chelsea 2012–13[90] Premier League 231523210[lower-alpha 2]52[lower-alpha 3]04310
2015–16[91] 000000001[lower-alpha 4]010
2016–17[64] 3434021404
2017–18[92] 2833020401[lower-alpha 4]1384
2018–19[93] 200010201[lower-alpha 4]060
Total 877122831655112818
Liverpool (loan) 2013–14[94] Premier League 1912110222
Stoke City (loan) 2014–15[95] Premier League 1932120234
West Ham United (loan) 2015–16[91] Premier League 2114110262
Fenerbahçe (loan) 2018–19[93] Süper Lig 1440020164
2019–20[96] 611071
Total 2051020235
Career total 298362951941857137151
  1. Appearances in the Championship play-offs
  2. Four appearances and one goal in the UEFA Champions League, six appearances and four goals in the UEFA Europa League
  3. Appearances in the FIFA Club World Cup
  4. Appearance in the FA Community Shield


As of match played 26 June 2018[97]
International statistics
National teamYearAppsGoals
Nigeria 201262

International goals

Scores and results list Nigeria's goal tally first.[84]
1.13 October 2012U. J. Esuene Stadium, Calabar, Nigeria Liberia
2013 Africa Cup of Nations qualification
3.29 January 2013Royal Bafokeng Stadium, Rustenburg, South Africa Ethiopia
2013 Africa Cup of Nations
5.7 September 2013U.J. Esuene Stadium, Calabar, Nigeria Malawi
2014 FIFA World Cup qualification
6.16 November 2013U.J. Esuene Stadium, Calabar, Nigeria Ethiopia
2014 FIFA World Cup qualification
7.7 June 2014EverBank Field, Jacksonville, United States United States
8.12 November 2016Godswill Akpabio International Stadium, Uyo, Nigeria Algeria
2018 FIFA World Cup qualification
10.1 September 2017Godswill Akpabio International Stadium, Uyo, Nigeria Cameroon
11.23 March 2018Stadion Miejski, Wrocław, Poland Poland
12.26 June 2018Krestovsky Stadium, Saint Petersburg, Russia Argentina
2018 FIFA World Cup







  • PFA Fans' Premier League Player of the Month: November 2016[103]


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