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VICTOR MOSES FACES BAN FROM NFF FOR REFUSING TO PICK HIS PHONE CALLS

VICTOR MOSES FACES BAN FROM NFF FOR REFUSING TO PICK HIS PHONE CALLS

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Chelsea FC of England’s midfield pearl Victor Moses may have played his last games for the Super Eagles if feelers from the the team’s camp and the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF’s) chieftains are to be taken seriously.

Disclosing this to SportingLife in sports colloboration programme between Silverbird and The Nation newspaper on Monday morning, NFF’s technical committee chairman Chris Green stated that Moses dodged the Eagles crowded June schedule of matches despite being released by his English club Chelsea to report for the country’s assignments.

Green revealed further that several attempts made by coach Stephen Keshi and some concerned NFF chiefs were rebuffed by Moses, who refused to return voice messages left on his answering machine.
Indeed, the NFF and Keshi are miffed over Moses’ conduct stressing that they hope he doesn’t turn up to show interst in playing for Nigeria when the 2014 World Cup ticket has been secured.
Asked why Keshi or an NFF chief cannot reach him in London, Green said: “It will be very difficult. It appears he doesn’t want to play. I can tell for a fact that even if we go to London to see him as you have advocated, we may see him if he doesn’t want to see us. You talked about using Mikel to reach. Again, I can tell you that these players are not a closely-knit as you presume. Playing for the same doesn’t translate to know how well each of them fares. Suprised, do not be. Everyone for himself, God for us all, the the favourite dictum.”
Asked if the NFF and Keshi have contacted injury-hit players such as Emmanuel Emenike and Victor Anichebe, Green said: “As I speak with you guys on this programme, Emenike is in the country. The NFF President Aminu Maigari held telephone discussions with him before he arrived in the country. Keshi has also called Emenike several times to find out how he was faring. We believe from our interaction with him, he should be back to join his mates in October. As for Anichebe, we will establish contact with him soon. It is in the works and I promise you, we will sit down with Anichebe to resolve the differences. He is a very good player. we need him in the team.”

Asked again if the NFF has resolved the impasses between the team’s captain Joseph Yobo and Keshi, Green said: “Keshi called Yobo to congratulate him for a very remarkable season citing his being crowned the second best defender in the Turkish league. If you ask me, we are about 65 per cent through reconciling both parties. Their relationship is better than before. We are working.”

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