The Sun (Malaysia) - - SPORTS -

AN­TO­NIO CONTE HAS ques­tioned the judg­ment of Jose Mour­inho af­ter his Chelsea pre­de­ces­sor over­looked Vic­tor Moses dur­ing his time at Stam­ford Bridge. Moses has es­tab­lished him­self as a Chelsea reg­u­lar this sea­son un­der Conte as part of his newlook 3-4-3 sys­tem, mak­ing the right wing-back slot his own. In 11 ap­pear­ances this sea­son, Moses as two goals and an as­sist, it was an­tic­i­pated he would seek a move away from the club be­fore Conte’s ar­rival hav­ing failed to es­tab­lish him­self since join­ing from Wi­gan in 2012. “I could see his po­ten­tial from the first days of the sum­mer train­ing camp,’ Conte said in an in­ter­view with Gazzetta dello Sport. “Moses has im­por­tant qual­i­ties: tech­nique, phys­i­cal strength, the abil­ity to cover 70 me­tres of the pitch. I find it in­cred­i­ble that some­one like him has been un­der­es­ti­mated.” Moses has started all of Chelsea’s last six Premier League games, dur­ing which pe­riod the Blues have man­aged to win a max­i­mum 18 points and con­cede no goals in the process. (Natcho 76-pen) (Vol­land 16), (Sidibe 48, Le­mar 53) (Kane 52-pen).


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