Likely Cause Of Victor Moses' Constant Muscle Injury Revealed By ExpertsPublished: December 06, 2019
The likely cause of Victor Moses's constant muscle injury has been revealed by experts in Turkey.
The former Nigeria international could be out of action until the new year after picking up an injury during Tuesday's Turkish Cup clash between Fernerbahce and Istanbulspor.
The Chelsea loanee returned to action on October 26 after spending two months on the sidelines following a muscle injury he suffered on the opening day of the 2019-2020 campaign.
Moses had the same muscle issues during his loan spells at West Ham and Stoke City and medical experts have suggested that the right winger keeps suffering the same injury because he doesn't exercise properly.
''Failure to fully perform stretching and strength training, which is part of physical fitness programs, will result in the recurrence of such injuries,'' Fotospor
quoting experts said.
Fenerbahce coach Ersun Yanal will not be able to count on the Nigerian for the games against Genclerbirligi, Sivasspor, Besiktas and Caykur Rizespor.
This season, Moses has played 6 games in the Super Lig, scoring one goal and logging 492 minutes.
Photo Credit : fenerbahce.org
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