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Victor Moses: how Henry reacted to the withdrawal of the Chelsea player

Victor Moses: how Henry reacted to the withdrawal of the Chelsea player

Former player of the Super Eagles, Henry Nwosu reacted to the withdrawal of the Nigerian Chelsea player, Victor Moses, of international football.
Recall that Moses Wednesday night announced his withdrawal from the Super Eagles, via his Instagram page.
Nwosu is convinced that the 27-year-old will hurt his chances at Chelsea after leaving the Super Eagles, adding that he needs to play for Nigeria to be more recognized in his club.
"I do not think it's a wise decision because he's still very young, he needs to play for Nigeria to be more recognized in his club, because Nigeria is a big name in football," Nwosu told Goal.
"He could lose his place in his club, they could watch him as a player who is not playing in the national team, so he does not deserve a regular playing time.
"For your club, this is the most important thing because the more you play for your club, the better for the national team.
"Club competitions are different from national competitions, but both teams need to compete at the highest level, and I'm surprised he's retired now."
Moses, a former Stoke City player, Westham and Liverpool, thanked the Super Eagles coach, Gernot Rohr, the technical staff, the Nigerians and, in fact, the NFF for their support and opportunity during the game for the national team.
He scored 12 goals in 37 appearances with the Super Eagles.
Moses was instrumental in the conquest of the Super Aquiline in 2013 and represented the country in two World Cups – 2014 and 2018.