Liverpool loanee, Victor Moses, has shown the occasional glimpse of hope under Brendan Rodgers' management this season, but unfortunately, overall, he hasn't impressed the Anfield faithful halfway into his season-long loan from Chelsea.
Moses got his Liverpool career off to a flying start by scoring a brilliant drilled right footed shot into the bottom left corner, from the edge of the box against Swansea. This goal gave many Reds fans across the country confidence in the player, with many going as far to say he had a bright future at the club ahead of him.
However, this Moses hasn't parted defences like the other one had previously parted the Red Sea.
Sloppy passes and not releasing the ball at the right time has really frustrated supporters of the historic club during this campaign. Towards the beginning of the season, Victor had been starting quite consistently for the Reds, but as time has progressed he has become more of a regular substitute.
In my opinion, his best trait has to be his dribbling and skill. Although it shouldn't be overused by him, he can quite often leave defenders on the back foot as he bombs down the wing.
If he was able to get the judgment right at least 80% of the time of whether to put his head down and charge at defenders, or to release the ball and play to another team mate, I think Chelsea would never have let him go.
Decisions on a football pitch can make or break a match, and I believe Chelsea wanted him to gain some experience and knowledge from the staff and players of the Merseyside club to improve his game.
To me, Victor Moses has not yet proved it was worthwhile to take him on a loan deal away from Chelsea. Hopefully, he can prove me wrong across the course of the second half of this successful campaign for the club.
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