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Victor Moses donates £20,000 to Wigan fighting fund

Victor Moses in super outing for Wigan close to a decade back

As a sign of commitment towards the cash-strapped club, Chelsea wing-back and Inter loanee, Victor Moses, has donated £20,000 to struggling former side, Wigan Athletic.

The cash-strapped club is in dire straits after administrators were summoned in July, resulting in a 12-point penalty and relegation from the Championship to League One.

The Latics are desperately looking for new owners to reverse their fortunes.

But in the meantime, a Supporters’ Club Crowdfunder page has been set up to raise cash and save Wigan from going under.

Former Lactics favourites including Roberto Martinez, Reece James and James McClean have all stepped forward with donations.

read also:Moses re-echoes support for former club Wigan Athletic.

And now Moses has given £20k to the fundraiser in a touching gesture.

Wigan tweeted: “Thank you Victor Moses. Victor has pledged a significant donation to Save Our Club!”

The Chelsea wing-back, 29, starred for Wigan between 2010 and 2012.

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