Victor Moses likely to return from retirement for Seychelles game

Retired Super Eagles player, Victor Moses is likely to return to the squad two weeks after announcing his retirement.
This is according to the first Vice President of the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF), Barrister Seyi Akinwunmi, who said that he hopes the Chelsea winger will change his mind and return to the squad ahead of Nigeria’s clash with Seychelles in the AFCON qualifiers.

Akinwunmi disclosed this while speaking with sports journalists in Abuja on Wednesday, where he expressed confidence in coach Gernort Rohr’s men.

“We have the right attitude to work and the experience from the World Cup recently will help the team. Our players now play regularly for their clubs at the beginning of the season. I do not expect anything than a victory,” Akinwunmi said.

“Now we have players that have played at the World Cup and that kind of experience tells us many things that we do not know before, Iwobi was a bit part player with Arsenal and the new coach has included him in the squad leading to him scoring against Chelsea.

“I hope Victor Moses changes his mind and come back. People have been speculating why he left in the first place, I do not care, I hope that the coach can convince him to comeback because he will be a great addition to the team,” he concluded.

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