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Victor Moses Completes His Move To Chelsea



Victor Moses has officially joined European Champions Chelsea, Wigan Athletic confirmed this evening on the clubs official website

A statement reads - A fee was agreed between the clubs on Thursday and on the completion of personal discussions the 21-year-old brings to an end his two-year spell at Latics.

Moses joined the Latics in February 2010 from Championship club Crystal Palace, he went on to make 74 league appearances for the club, scoring eight goals and last season featured in every Barclays Premier League match helping the team achieve a 15th place finish with seven goals.

Good luck at Chelsea Vic

Moses gone to Chelsea

By permission of Bernard Platt/Wigan Athletic



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Writer: worbo Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday August 24 2012

Time: 9:17PM

Your Comments

Some good memories especially the demolition of Newcastle last season
worbo
great signing had a good feeling about this guy when he was at crystal palace
hazardoushazard17
Miyachi will fill the void and our other goals will come from assists from Beau Beau, Miyachi and Maloney. I'm sure Kone will bang them in as well. I don't think we have much to fear, especially with the fixtures other rivals have.
robin
Hopefully we can get matt phillips with the cash, and invest the rest of it into youth development.
wiganfanfrank
 

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