Victor Moses and Spartak Moscow expelled from the UEFA Europa League
Victor Moses’ employers, Spartak Moscow have been expelled from the Europa League this season by UEFA, as a result of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
In the last 16, the Russian team were drawn to face RB Leipzig, who have now received a bye to the quarter-finals.
A statement from the official twitter account of Spartak Moscow said:
Spartak won Group C, which contained Leicester and Napoli.
The move came as a growing number of European FAs have said that they will not play Russian teams. UEFA also ended its sponsorship agreement with Russian state-owned energy corporation Gazprom.
This move has ended Victor Moses’ aim of winning the UEFA Europa League for the second time.Embed from Getty Images
The former Super Eagles forward won the 2012 UEFA Europa League with Chelsea football club alongside John Mikel Obi.
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