Victor Moses could soon be faced with some ‘corrective measures’ from the Nigeria Football Federation following his withdrawal from the i...
Victor Moses could soon be faced with some ‘corrective measures’ from the Nigeria Football Federation following his withdrawal from the international friendlies against Mali and Luxembourg, AfricanFootball reports.
The 25-year old is ruled out of the friendly matches after writing to the NFF to that effect, citing fitness worries based on the knocks he suffered playing for West Ham in the just ended Premier League season.
But according AfricanFootball, citing their sources, the Glass House is concerned the Chelsea forward is just not making himself available for selection.
“The leadership of the NFF is not happy with Moses as he seems to be handpicking the invitations he will honour.
“This is not the first time he’s withdrawing from games citing fitness concerns even when we’re not sure if he’s injured and we are considering taking corrective measures,” an AfricanFootball source was quoted as saying.
It remains unclear what the ‘corrective measures’ are, or what the Glass House intends to do about them.
The Super Eagles play two international friendly games on the 27th and 31st in Rouen, France and Luxembourg City against Mali and Luxembourg respectively.