Victor Moses

Nigerian international who was given his first cap in 2012, despite representing England up to under-21 level. The winger began his career at Crystal Palace in 2007 before moving to Wigan Athletic three years later. He spent two years at Wigan before moving to Chelsea in 2012, and spent a season on loan at Liverpool in 2013/14. He was part of the Chelsea side that won the Europa League in 2013.



Five 'Englishmen' with dual nationalities and split loyalties

Dual nationalities are a popular subject in the world of Athletics; with Mo Farah a prime example. But it is nothing new in football with Puskas, Zidane, Gullit, Di Stefano and Messi amongst those who could play for another country. But who may never play for England? Liverpool, Arsenal and Chelsea players feature.