Wednesday, 2 July 2014

Franck Moussa heading for The Valley

It is being reported that Belgian attacking midfielder Franck Moussa is heading for The Valley from Coventry City, having turned down Birmingham City in favour of the Belgian team that plays in London: Moussa

Read more about 'Feed the Mouss and he will score' here (Wikipedia already lists him as a Charlton player and his arrival has now been officially confirmed by the club): Career

It looks as if Piotr Parzyzszek will be going elsewhere having failed to establish himself at The Valley. Network club Sint-Truiden looks likely, although FC Nantes has also been mentioned. I discount Polish sites suggesting a link with Benfica.

3 comments:

Floyd said...

Beware wikipedia Wynn
Their fans have already nicknamed him "Mousstard" because of his fondness for rhubarb.

Really?

Brian G said...

I was at Sixfields to see his goal of the season against Orient and I saw him in another game there later in the season. His skill levels were certainly higher than most of those around him. It's not very inspiring playing in front of 2,000 people and I'm hopeful that the atmosphere generated by the bigger crowds at The Valley will help inspire him. I'm looking forward to seeing how he does.

jonathan acworth said...

he scored a wonder goal at preston really good signing no more wood and gower type signings this new board mean business im so excited for the new season i cant wait i think we are going have a lot of goals