Throwback picture to when Moses Simon trained with upcoming players
By AdemetanAbayomi | self meida writer
Published 23 days ago - 0 views
Moses Simon is well known for his humility and ability to encourage young players to thrive in their chosen career.
The explosive football is also a member of the Nigerian senior national team, the Super Eagles. He has also featured for Nigeria at the youth level in the past.
Aside being a philanthropist and generous man, the former Levante and KAA Gent winger also takes time to engage in other activities when he is on holidays.
Due to his poor upbringing, he takes time to make sure that young lads who want to play football are encouraged to thrive in the game. He blesses them with boots, jerseys and even motivate them financially.
One of those good gestures was seen through a throwback spotted on Instagram. In the picture the GBS product was training with young boys in 2020.
After the training, he gave them words of advise and urged them to take the game serious.
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