Nigeria's Victor Moses has announced his retirement from international soccer at the age of 27. The Chelsea winger played 37 matches for national team the Super Eagles, scoring 12 times since making his debut in 2012.
Victor Moses Retires From Super Eagles At 27
This Day, 15 August 2018
Nigeria's Victor Moses has announced his retirement from international football at the age of 27. Read more »
Victor Moses Announces Retirement From International Football
Premium Times, 15 August 2018
Chelsea winger, Victor Moses, has announced his retirement from international football. Read more »
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