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The secret to Moses’ success on the pitch is down to the hard work he puts in away from the pitch.
In an interview with Chelsea’s official website, Moses revealed the training routine that has brought him success.
“Normally I come in a bit early, around 8.30am,” Moses said when asked what time he gets to Cobham.
“I have my breakfast and go and get my massage. I spend a lot of time there to get the muscles going. After that, I just relax really and watch TV before training.”
When asked what he has for breakfast, Victor added: “Scrambled eggs and bread.”
Moses also revealed he always wears shorts for training but wears skins underneath when it’s cold to keep himself warm.
When asked how many pairs of boots he wears in a season, Moses said: “Eight or nine. I wear them in training first to make sure they’re alright, and then wear them in a game.”
When asked what he does after training, Moses revealed: “Back to the treatment room again. Get a massage and then go in the pool to do some stretches just to cool down.
“Then I go in the hot bath and do some stretches in there too. Sometimes I go to the gym as well, but not all the time.”
Moses also revealed he normally eats pasta and chicken with some vegetables for lunch after training before heading home.