Victor Moses pulled out of Palace match

Wednesday, 27 January 2010 ·

Crystal Palace's most saleable asset, forward Victor Moses, has been pulled out of tonight's match against table-toppers Newcastle, in order to prevent him from being injured prior to a hopeful sale.
The teenage star has been linked with a host of elite clubs, including Liverpool, Man City and Barcelona, following a terrific start to this campaign.  Manager Neil Warnock is less-than-enthused about the prospect but understands the situation the club is now in, "I'm devastated, shocked and hugely disappointed.  No doubt we're going to lose players in the next few days because that's what the administrator does."
Palace, who went into administration on Tuesday (the Football Association later
confirmed that the South London club would be deducted 10 points for entering administration according to FA rules) because of Simon Jordan's recent "cash-flow problems" will (according to manager Neil Warnock) be forced to sell many of their players in order to settle the clubs debts.

Graham Matheson


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