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Keshi fixes private meeting with Victor Moses

03 March 2014, 13:35Israel Ojoko

Lagos - Super Eagles coach Stephen Keshi will have a private meeting with midfielder Victor Moses to discuss about the poor form of the Liverpool forward.

Moses has dropped form in the club, a situation that has seen him spend much time on the bench.

The unfortunate development has given Keshi a big reason to worry, and the gaffer said he would sit the player down and have a chat when they meet in the United States for the international friendly against Mexico scheduled for Wednesday.

“I’m worried about Moses and when he gets to Atlanta, I’ll sit him down and we’ll talk”, Keshi said on Brila FM.

“I’m not (Brendan) Rodgers, the manager wants to win every game and so he uses the best player, which every coach will do”

“When Moses comes (for the friendly) we will talk”.

Moses has made 15 appearances in Liverpool’s 28 Premier League games this season. He started six of the games where he was taken off four times, and came on as second half substitute in nine games.

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