Victor Moses

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    Adam-Utd Part of first caf team to complete Destiny raid

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    Will be a star for a top 4 club IMO, has so much potential.

    Would love us to sign him. Fast strong technically quality and hard working.

    Could be another fergie rough gem
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    Laidback Levo Reclining

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    I'd guess this is as of a result of tonight's game. Looks very raw, I'd put him more the 6-10 bracket then top 6 material.
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    Sally Cinnamon Full Member

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    Him and Maloney would be brilliant for us. lol
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    Wittmann45 Full Member

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    Liam147 On Probation

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    I saw him for England's U19s (I think) and he looked very promising. I said there and then that he'd be at a big club, but since he's been at Wigan I've not noticed him look as promising as when he was younger. Then again he might just suffer from being at a small club, therefore not being noticed as much. I should have a name for that, it happens a lot, Valencia being the best example.
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    SilentWitness Moderator

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    Which Wigan player will it be next week? Boyce?
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    rcoobc Not as crap as eferyone thinks

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    Steven Seagull Full Member

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    I knew you had made this thread after the Maloney one.

    Very few players do so well against Sagna to be fair
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    Randall Flagg Worst of the best

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    What about Phil?
    I don't think he was serious. It's just sometimes people have a tendency to shoot their loads over players who go through a good spell. See below for the Maloney thread
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    KM I’m afraid I just blue myself

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    Nah I think he's a very good player. Will probably sign for Newcastle or Liverpool next season.
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    Orton Ati-virus, keeps missing the n button

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    I hear Franco Di Santo is the new Messi...
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    Randall Flagg Worst of the best

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    What about Phil?
    Would be very interesting to see him at Newcastle or maybe everton
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    Sally Cinnamon Full Member

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    By the way I think Moses is good but tends to try to do it all himself too often. Was surprised when the commentator said he was 21.
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    Moses is quality, to be fair. Always had the raw ability and now starting to shape into an exciting attacking player.
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    SilentWitness Moderator

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    Dunno, i'd like to see Gueye get a good run of games but he would be a decent signing if Drenthe causes too much issues (looks like it) and his wages are too high (looks like it).
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    Cutch Shit stirrer (Literally)

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    Hardly a knee jerk thread as some are implying. Moses has been superb all season, and was extremely promising even before going to Wigan.
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    Hectic Moderator

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    No. Stop. No. Why? No.
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    Assuming that all things are equal, who'd want to
    I'd certainly burn my bush if he signed for us.
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    Exactly my thoughts. :lol:
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    He's a 9th-12th club player for me.Way too wasteful in front of goal
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    Adam-Utd Part of first caf team to complete Destiny raid

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    So is welbeck... What's your point!

    You learn composure and finishing ability when you gain experience
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    I think it's decision making more than technique that lets him down and I think that will come with age for Moses. Time will tell.
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    Nowhere near United quality, might do well for a team in the first half, but can you seriously see him competing with Welbeck and Hernandez?
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    Maloney? Aye, surely.
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    Good for a medium sized club like Liverpool or Sunderland
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    AttackingFlair Full Member

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    Doesn't have a brain, was better with releasing the ball today so he looked better.
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    Brwned Have you ever been in love before?

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    Adam-Utd Part of first caf team to complete Destiny raid

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    Yes.

    I'm sure you all said the same about valencia.

    Ok my Maloney thread is getting ripped but I never said I wanted to sign him, only that he impressed me.

    Moses on the other hand I honestly feel he could make the step up, his low centre of gravity makes him a very nimble dribbler, and could make a very good impact sub. His counter attacking ability is also highly impressive
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    One of the most selfish players I've ever seen
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    Hectic Moderator

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    What are you talking about?

    Just because I happen not to agree with you, I now never rated Valencia? How are they even comparable?
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    Adam-utd also made the Maloney thread. You're either a closet Wigan fan or play too much Football Manager.
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    Hectic Moderator

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    Neither.
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    Wigan is apparently a team full of Antonio Valencias.
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    Adam-Utd Part of first caf team to complete Destiny raid

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    Not singling you out hectic, but others are very quick to doubt, just because his name isn't hazard, sanchez bla bla.

    Yes of course the lad has weaknesses, but so did ronaldo so did nani.

    This is all part of coaching, take a chance on a potential player and iron out the faults, and enhance the stengths.

    I'm happy to get ridiculed but I speak my mind, I know a player when I see one and I am sure he will go on to be a big player in the future
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    Cutch Shit stirrer (Literally)

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    Dont really understand the hysterical reaction. Moses is only 21 y o and has had an excellent season playing regularly in the Premier League. Whats to say he'll not be good enough for a top 4 club, or even United. I'm a massive Cleverley fan but Moses has been much better for Wigan this season than Cleverley was last for them at the same age, and we all think Cleverleys gonna turn out to be star.
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    Jimy_Hills_Chin Desperately wants to be ITK

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    He was truly awful against Liverpool.
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    Bill.s.preston Fluffybunnykins

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    I think he has a lot of raw talent that could be nurtured into making a very good player. I thought he look threatening against us. If he played with better players and with the right coach, he could be developed well.

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