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Moses faces minimum of three weeks on the sidelines

06 December 2015, 13:52

Abuja - Nigeria winger Victor Moses is facing a minimum of three weeks on the sidelines after picking up a hamstring injury in West Ham's goalless draw
with Manchester United at Old Trafford on Saturday afternoon.

The creator had to be replaced in the 37th minute against Man United and will now have to wait for the result of a scan to know the extent of

Also read: Victor Moses targets draw at Manchester City

And if it is confirmed by specialists that he'll be in the treatment room until the New Year, it would be a big blow for West Ham boss, Slaven
Bilic, with first - teamers Dimitri Payet, Enner Valencia, Diafra Sakho and Manuel Lanzini all facing spells on the sidelines.

''We have to wait for a scan but it doesn't look good," Bilic said.

"It's not like cramp. I don't know if it's three, four, five or six weeks. It is painful to be without Dimi Payet, Enner Valencia, Diafra Sakho,
Manuel Lanzini and now Victor Moses.

"It's almost impossible to replace them.  But we replaced them today and this point was well deserved. As it was done without those players, it
makes it even bigger.''

Victor Moses is on a season - long loan at West Ham from Chelsea and has featured 10 times for the Boleyn Ground outfit in the Premier League.


- CAJ News


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