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24-Year-Old Midfielder     Chelsea  Premier


Birthdate:  December 12, 1990    Nationality:  Nigeria    Height:  5' 10"    Weight:  165 lbs    

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Moses was limited to just 22 starts during his season-long loan with Stoke City from Chelsea, scoring four goals and providing three assists in total.

The Nigerian put forth a number of impressive performances, but was unlucky to miss nearly three months of the season due to thigh and hamstring injuries. The Potters are interested bringing Moses in on a permanent basis, but Chelsea have not yet made a decision regarding the 24-year-old's future at the club.

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Victor Moses: Past News Updates   ( ▲ View most recent update )

April 15, 2015

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Moses is returning to parent club Chelsea after injuring his hamstring on Saturday and being ruled out for the remainder of the season while on loan at Stoke, reports the Daily Mail.

Moses had a scan on the injury and has returned to Chelsea for treatment. Stoke are reportedly still interested in completing a permanent agreement to take the midfielder permanently this summer.

April 11, 2015

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Moses is in the starting XI for Saturday's match against West Ham.

Moses missed time with a groin injury recently and then couldn't play last weekend against Chelsea, his parent club, but he's back in the starting lineup against a Hammers squad that hasn't been nearly as good recently as they were at the beginning of the season.

April 2, 2015

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Manager Mark Hughes confirmed Thursday that Moses is fit after recovering from a groin injury, but he will not play Saturday against his parent club Chelsea.

Moses has been a huge part of the Stoke attack this season and his absence will surely be felt against the very strong Chelsea defense. Instead, he'll have to wait until April 11 against West Ham to get back on the pitch.

March 20, 2015

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Moses (groin) is unlikely to play Saturday against Crystal Palace, manager Mark Hughes said Friday. "Probably the one that looks most unlikely to play at this moment in time is Victor Moses, who still hasn't managed to get over the bang he sustained to his hip on Saturday," Hughes said. "We will give him as much time as we can to try and recover from it, but at the moment it looks like the game may come a little too early for him."

Moses has been Stoke's offensive spark this season, and has played very well of late, taking over penalty-taking duties as well. He takes shots, sends in crosses and is always at the middle of the attack. His absence would be a big loss and Stoke doesn't have a comparable player to replace him with. If he does sit out, his next opportunity to play will come April 11 at West Ham, as he will be ineligible to face his parent club Chelsea on April 4 after the international break.

February 23, 2015

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Moses converted a 92nd minute penalty kick to give Stoke City at 2-1 win at Aston Villa on Saturday.

Moses' penalty kick goal proved a brave contribution for Stoke and allowed the Potters to leave Villa Park with all three points Saturday. Overall, the 24-year-old Moses now claims two goals and three assists though 15 league starts this season.

January 31, 2015

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Moses is in the starting XI for Saturday's match against QPR.

Moses had a goal and an assist in Monday's FA Cup match against Rochdale, which was his second appearance since returning from a thigh injury that kept him out for eight weeks. With Bojan out for the season with a knee injury, Moses will be tasked with spearheading the Stoke attack.

January 19, 2015

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Moses started Saturday against Leicester City for the first time since recovering from a thigh injury and he had a game-high four key passes, as well as one shot (not on target), four successful dribbles, one tackle and one interception.

Moses suffered the groin injury in late November and was initially given a six-to-eight week timeframe for recovery. The Stoke attack is much different with him on the pitch, and they have a few winnable games on the upcoming fixture list, with four of their next five games against QPR, Newcastle, Aston Villa and Stoke City.