Victor Moses Resumes Training At Fernebahce

Fernebahce of Turkey winger, Victor Moses has resumed full training with the Istanbul-based Turkish Super Lig club, after recovering from a thigh muscle rupture, with high hopes of the former Super Eagles star making a return to action as early as this weekend.

A report out of The Land of The Ottoman indicates that Moses could return to full fledged action with The Yellow Canaries for the Istanbul derby against Galatasaray on Saturday, as his recovery has gone according to plan, following five weeks out on the sidelines.

Moses, who is in the second half of an 18-month loan deal from Chelsea of England, was not available for Fenerbahce’s games against Basaksehir, Trabzonspor, Alanyaspor and Ankaragucu, the last of which was this past weekend.

However, Fernebahce’s boss, Ersun Yanal is now looking to throw the 28-year-old winger back into the mix this weekend, with memories lingering over how he impressed in their opening match of the season, with a goal and an assist in a 5-0 mauling of Olarewaju Kayode’s Gazisehir Gaziantep.


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