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Moses proud to wear Red

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LFC ChelseaLIVERPOOL loanee Victor Moses, speaking to the club’s official websitedeparted the Liberty Stadium full of optimism and brimming with pride about the ‘great’ feeling of wearing the Red shirt for the first time.

Moses, a Nigerian international, joined the Merseyside outfit on transfer deadline day from Chelsea on a season-long loan. The 22 year old was included in the Reds’ squad as quick as Brendan Rodgers could and proved that decision to be a correct one – by notching a debut goal.

After the match, a 2-2 draw with Michael Laudrap’s Swansea side, Moses said:

“It’s always great to get on the scoresheet. It was a great goal for me.

“They made a mistake in the middle of the park, I took the ball, cut in and watched the ‘keeper – I gave him the face and put the ball in the back of the net.

“It was great to put on the red shirt, get back on the pitch again and enjoy my football. That was the most important thing. It was a great game for us today and we’re delighted with the result.

“I think it’s a fair result. We could have taken all three points but it wasn’t an easy game for us. Coming here, we knew that it was going to be a difficult game. A point was a fair result for us so we’re delighted with it.”

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  • mentor says:

    ??? are blessed

  • ray says:

    i think shako has not fit well into the LIVERPOOL team. but for wisdom , he still need to learn more. maybe by sending him out on loan.

  • Rai Reds says:

    Sakho will be fine long run has the pedigree but wisdom needs a loan spell

  • LFC says:

    Sakho just needs to settle in, I agree with wisdom does need to go on loan to a championship side and get more game time he’ll be a gun in a couple of years!!

  • Moses Tight says:

    God bless u my country man V.moses(vm12)YNWA

  • jerry says:

    what are U guys saying?
    wisdom was very good through out the swansea game Infact it was when he left they start using that position to attack Liverpool, the guy is good I preferred him to be a backup to Johnson.

  • Rramsey says:

    Watch gud futbal @ jerry……..wisdom shudnt b in LFC for now…….he’s no gud,,,,,,can’t tink fast,,,,,always goin back wen he’s wit d bal,,,,,,,is dat wot a professional playa is al abt???????? But al d same,,,,,,,,God bless VIC moses my countRy man

  • NurZafirah says:

    If we all can compare performance between F.Borini and V.Moses,we can say that Moses are more much better than Borini.V.Moses can score the goal with only first appearence debut. F.Borini need more than 1 season but can score below 5 goal.Very poor about that.Big mistake when LFC want to get sign F.Borini.

  • DanielWinta says:

    proudly Niger, but moses needs 2 work on his strenght as much as helping de defence. YNWA

  • Elnino says:

    Weldon moses

  • Raam says:

    Hope V.Moses continues to stay a red after his loan spell ends as i’m sure if he has a successfull season with LFC, J.Mourinho will think twice selling him to LFC.

  • stevieG says:

    Moses is 100 times better than downing….pity it’s only a loan

  • fred uche says:

    wish moses would become a liverpool player for real….he is nt good for mourinho bt he is a better player for stephen keshi and Brendan Rodgers…I love hm and d wat he plays

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