4 October 2017

Nigeria: Joy in Eagles Camp As Victor Moses Arrives

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Victor Moses.

Chelsea forward Victor Moses arrived the Eagles training camp in Uyo yesterday eliciting joy from players and officials.

Victor Moses was given an extra day by coach Gernot Rohr to rest and he will now be expected to be part of today's evening's training at the match venue in Uyo.

His friend, Abayomi Ogunjimi aka Bonfrere said the Chelsea star had some family issues to sort out.

The Chelsea star was the last player to join up with the team as Gernot Rohr will have a full complement of his squad for today's training.

The defender was an unused substitute as the Blues bowed 1-0 to Manchester City at Stamford Bridge on Saturday.

Moses played a crucial role as the Super Eagles collected four points in September's double-header against Cameroon, and he would be banked on to wreak havoc against the Chiopolopolo.

Nigeria lead Group B with 10 points from four matches and a draw at least on Saturday would hand them 2018 FIFA World Cup ticket.

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