Super Eagles forward, Victor Moses has admitted that the team’s head coach, Stephen Keshi was right to slam their sloppy display and revealed that he thought his career was over after he was upended by a Liberian defender midway into last Saturday’s 2013 Africa Cup of Nations qualifying game against the Lone Star of Liberia.
He told in Monrovia that he was not really himself again after the knock but was determined not to disapoint the coaches.
The Chelsea of England new acquisition also said that the terrible condition of the Monrovia pitch did not help his game.
“I told the coach not to judge me by that game and I am willing to make up for it by giving my best in subsequent games. It was tough and rough over there and I am happy that we even managed to get a draw from that game.”
“We spoke to ourselves after the game and the conclusion was that we must fight for our country to win matches henceforth. The coach did not spare us either and we all felt bad because we did not only disappoint him,but also Nigerians generally,” he stated.
The former Wigan Athletic winger also assured that his goals will come, while also declaring that the Eagles can win the Africa Nations Cup next year in South Africa.
On his recent Chelsea move, Moses said he was looking forward to playing his first game for the Blues and repay the management for signing him up.