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Moses Set for Second Season Long Loan

Moses Set for Second Season Long Loan

A second season out on loan beckons for Victor Moses.

Signed from Wigan Athletic, back in 2012, for a fee said to be in the region of £9 million, the 23 year-old spent last season out on loan at Liverpool, it was a move that saw Moses spent the majority of the time on the bench and could be considered something akin to a waste of time.

This season it is looking extremely likely that Moses will be joining up with Mark Hughes, at Stoke City, for a season long loan.

To us, a second season away on loan would signify that Moses doesn`t have a long term future at Stamford Bridge.

Do you agree or disagree?

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Writer:Merlin
Date:Saturday August 16 2014
Time: 12:23PM

Comments

0
To Stoke? I wish he got a club like Swansea which play football.
BOTUM
16/08/2014 12:29:00
0
Sell him if its possible. No point sending him out on loan again.
StamfordDLion
16/08/2014 13:36:00
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I agree with Stamford on this..just like the kakuta loan..these are really purposeless loans unless the plan is to using the loan to increase the value of the player to sell him next season because to be honest his chances of any future with Chelsea are virtually nil
GabeU
16/08/2014 14:17:00
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I agree with Stamford on this..just like the kakuta loan..these are really purposeless loans unless the plan is to using the loan to increase the value of the player to sell him next season because to be honest his chances of any future with Chelsea are virtually nil
GabeU
16/08/2014 14:17:00
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I hope Mark Hughes gives him some good game time. If he performs well we could get some good transfer money for him.
BOTUM
16/08/2014 14:58:00
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I think if he was going to be loaned he should have been made known to him earlier to could have joined his new team earlier so as to settle. His going to pool the last time caught him almost unawares and that should have been avoided again.
kolagold25
16/08/2014 16:58:00
0
stay right there and NEVER come back!
valachi
16/08/2014 17:42:00
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To be honest a mid table team is about his level. Lets hope he has a good season & next summer we might get back close to what we paid
analooish
16/08/2014 20:02:00
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Yeah mid-table to Europa league is the highest level for Moses. Hopefully he plays well so we can try and regain some of the £10M we wasted on him. Now let's try and move on mikel marin and torres. Mikel/marin is feasible but that greedy useless ******** torres is near impossible to sell.
Humza_96
16/08/2014 22:48:00
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IMO, this move makes no sense. Are chelsea under so much financial crisis to make this decision. He is not a risk to retain. He is HG and would provide great backup for the cup matches and some matches as sub.
Blu_run
18/08/2014 06:24:00
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If this is a sale, then fine. Loan is useless.
Blu_run
18/08/2014 06:25:00
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