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Nigeria’s Victor Moses listed in Liverpool’s worst signings

Former Super Eagles player, Victor Moses, 29, was mentioned among the worst signings former Liverpool manager, Brendan Rodgers, made during his time with The Reds.

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Nigeria’s Victor Moses listed in Liverpool’s worst signings

Liverpool had signed the current Inter Milan right-back from opponents Chelsea on a season-long loan deal before the 2013/14 season.

During his time at Anfield, he played in the left midfield role, scoring one goal in 19 appearances.

In a list composed by talkSPORT, they added the Nigerian to a list of players who did not live up to expectations under Brendan Rodgers.

After his poor performance, he was not able to get a permanent deal that would see him remain at Anfield; so he returned to Chelsea.

Commenting on Moses’ time at Anfield, talkSPORT.com wrote,

“It seemed unthinkable for Chelsea to let a decent player in Moses play for rivals Liverpool on loan in the 2013/14 season.

“However, any concerned Chelsea fan needn’t have worried as Moses really struggled to make an impact in a season on Merseyside.

“Moses scored on his Reds debut, a well-placed finish at Swansea, but that was his only goal for Liverpool,” it wrote.

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“Those slightly more obsessive Kopites will remember Moses essentially missing an open goal with a fresh air shot on that infamous ‘Crystanbul’ night where Liverpool blew a 3-0 lead to draw at Crystal Palace,” it said.

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“It was 3-3 when Moses missed but if that went in they would have won the match and maybe; just maybe, Liverpool could have lifted the title that season…”

Other players on the list are Mario Balotelli, Christian Benteke, Alberto Moreno, Adam Bogdan, Javier Manquillo, Dejan Lovren; Tiago Ilori; Alberto Moreno; Luis Alberto, Nuri Sahin and Lazar Markovic

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