Moses Makes Liverpool’s Worst Signings List

Moses Makes Liverpool’s Worst Signings List

Former Nigeria international Victor Moses has been included in a list of Liverpool’s terrible signings made under current Leicester boss Brendan Rodgers, Completesports.com reports.

The eleven-man list was compiled by talkSPORT.com.

Moses, 29, joined Liverpool on loan from rivals Chelsea ahead of the 2013/2014 season.

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But after scoring just one goal in 19 appearances in all competitions,  Moses returned to Chelsea after the end of the loan.

Commenting on Moses’ time at Anfield, talkSPORT.com wrote: “It seemed unthinkable for Chelsea to let a decent player in Moses play for rivals Liverpool on loan in the 2013/14 season. However, any concerned Chelsea fans needn’t have worried as Moses really struggled to make an impact in a season on Merseyside.

“Moses scored on his Reds debut, a well-placed finish at Swansea but that was his only goal for Liverpool.

“Those slightly more obsessive Kopites will remember Moses essentially missing an open goal with a fresh air shot on that infamous ‘Crystanbul’ night where Liverpool blew a 3-0 lead to draw at Crystal Palace.

“It was 3-3 when Moses missed but if that went in they would have won the match and maybe, just maybe, Liverpool could have lifted the title that season…”

Aside Moses, other notable names who made the list are Mario Balotelli,  Christian Benteke, Alberto Moreno and Dejan Lovren.

After Impressing new manager Antonio Conte during pre-season, Moses was included in the Chelsea squad ahead of the 2016/2017 campaign.

He played 40 games in all competitions for Chelsea in the campaign scoring four goals. 

With Chelsea winning the Premier League title, Moses became the Nigerian player with the most Premier League appearances for a title winning team.

Liverpool’s worst signings made under Rodgers: 

Goalkeeper

Adam Bogdan

Defenders 

Javier Manquillo

Dejan Lovren

Tiago Ilori

Alberto Moreno

Midfielders

Luis Alberto

Nuri Sahin

Victor Moses

Lazar Markovic

Forwards

Mario Balotelli

Christian Benteke

By James Agberebi 

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COMMENTS

WORDPRESS: 4
  • Pompei 1 month ago

    Lol, all this English animosity simply because Moses played for Nigeria and not the 3 Lions. It’s amazing how far these guys will go to exact revenge on a player who they feel should have played for them. 🙂 🙂

     
  • Sunnyb 1 month ago

    Bro are u surprised, these people united for four hundred years to perpetuated the most heinous crime in history of mankind SLAVERY. English and American press are the same always looking for I got you movement. Moses should be careful next might be tax evasion or sexual assault.

     
  • Banks 1 month ago

    Guys lets put sentiments apart, you all know deep inside you that the article is true, what was Moses’ contribution to Liverpool’s cause during that season? Sterling who was a teenager then performs a lot better than Moses and that was why he was dumped for Sterling………..We can all see what Sterling went on to achieve even with another teem later

     
    • Pompei 1 month ago

      If Chelsea had a worst signings list, Salah, Debruyne, Shevshenko, etc would be on it.
      To conclude that these are bad players is obviously fallacious reasoning.
      That a player did not (or was not allowed to) perform at a particular club, does not make them bad. Leon Balogun was made to look useless at B&H, yet Wigan are yet to lose a match or concede a goal since he joined them.
      Moses may not have had a good run, but this article is obviously skewed in the wrong direction.