Moses Excites Fenerbahce Fans On Debut
Moses Excites Fenerbahce Fans On Debut. Three days after completing a seventeen-month loan move to Fenerbahce, Victor Moses made his maiden appearance for the Yellow Canaries in their 3-2 win against Yeni Malatyaspor on Monday evening. The Chelsea
loanee came off the bench in the 66th minute as replacement for Yassine Benzia and did not look like a player who had been inactive for three months after falling out of favour with manager Maurizio Sarri . Moses was impressive and excited Fenerbahce fans took to social media to praise his performance during and after the game staged at Ulker Stadyumu Fenerbahçe Sukrü Saracoglu Spor Kompleksi. For the sixth time in his career, the former Nigeria international did not get on the score sheet on his debut but did come close to scoring when his left-footed strike from just outside the box missed the target.
Speaking after the game, Moses appreciated the Fenerbache fans
Speaking after the game, Moses appreciated the Fenerbache fans for their support throughout the game, adding that it gave him confidence. ”It’s a massive great atmosphere. I have heard about what Fenerbahce fans are like. Seeing it today is unbelievable, I am very pleased, I want to say thanks to every single one of them here today. ”They gave me the confidence as well to go there and express myself, not just me, the other players as well.” Moses has also enjoyed loan spells at Liverpool, Stoke City and West Ham since transferring to Chelsea in the summer of 2012.
“We are very happy. From the first moment of the match, you saw how willing and determined we were
“We are very happy. From the first moment of the match, you saw how willing and determined we were. I am very happy to be a player at this club. “It was a great feeling coming on. The atmosphere was great and incredible. I can’t believe it. I have heard a lot about Fenerbahce fans, but it was really amazing to see them with my own eyes.” “When I started training at the club I felt different. I want to play and enjoy my football,” Moses said.