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Victor Moses is ready to pledge his future to Nigeria, skysports.com understands.

The Wigan starlet has impressed at the DW Stadium since moving to the club from Crystal Palace almost 12 months ago.

Moses, who is currently sidelined with a dislocated shoulder, is an England Under 21 international.

The 20-year-old moved to England aged 11, after being born in Nigeria, and now his homeland are ready to lure him to their national set-up.

Skysports.com understands that Super Eagles coach Samson Siasia personally flew to England last week to hold talks with Moses.

Now Moses is ready to switch his allegiance to Nigeria after being impressed with what he heard.

Fitness permitting, Moses could be in contention to make his debut for Nigeria in March when they face Ethiopia in an African Cup of Nations qualifier.

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Dont blame him.

Would never get into the England squad.

However If he was good enough he would choose to play for England without doubt which I see as a DISGRACE.

SMH @ the players who don't play for their native country.

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Different with Moses, he was born and raised there for majority of his life.

Nothing wrong a person who has been born and raised her and only visited their native country on a few holidays playing for their birth country.

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Guest Waka Flocka Dave

seeing as hes played for U21 would mean he has dual British nationality no?

them ones are just whichever looks sweeter

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Victor Moses has finally confirmed his international allegiance is now with Nigeria.

Moses is an England Under-21 international, but the Super Eagles have long been trying to persuade him to switch to their colours.

Sick signing for them

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Victor Moses is a Nigerian professional footballer who plays for Premier League club West Ham United, on loan from Chelsea. He plays as a winger. Wikipedia
Born: December 12, 1990 (age 24), Lagos, Nigeria
Height: 1.77 m
Salary: 2.6 million GBP (2012)

 

 

Nahhhhhhhhhhhh this guy aint fooling no one

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how does this work?

if Nigeria call up this Tammy for a full international can he reject the call up or is that it, he's now a nigeria player?

on fm whenever I was international manager, I'd always give players 1 cap if they had dual nationality (used to be a lot of Italy/Argentina players randomly)

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You can play for as many nations you want(if you qualify) as long as it's friendlies but as soon as you play a qualifier or @major tournament then that's your country for good.

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7 hours ago, Lens said:

how does this work?

if Nigeria call up this Tammy for a full international can he reject the call up or is that it, he's now a nigeria player?

:lmao: ffs

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On 9/9/2017 at 5:43 PM, O Fenomeno said:

You can play for as many nations you want(if you qualify) as long as it's friendlies but as soon as you play a qualifier or @major tournament then that's your country for good.

yeah but what I'm saying is if Nigeria suddenly name him in their team for a qualifier is that it, does he have to play it and play for them?

does he have to go to whoever calls him up first?

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6 minutes ago, Lens said:

yeah but what I'm saying is if Nigeria suddenly name him in their team for a qualifier is that it, does he have to play it and play for them?

does he have to go to whoever calls him up first?

He can reject the call as many times as he wants.

 

Nzonzi has rejected 🇨🇩 20 times in the last five years.

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19 hours ago, O Fenomeno said:

He can reject the call as many times as he wants.

 

Nzonzi has rejected 🇨🇩 20 times in the last five years.

Man wanted to play for England? WTF?!

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