The television pundit's latest remarks about the Blues star have left viewers far from impressed as he follows in the rather unfortunate footsteps of his father
Jamie Redknapp has incurred the wrath of Twitter after his comments with regards Victor Moses during Chelsea’s clash with Southampton at St Mary’s Stadium on Sunday.
The former Liverpool man was discussing the 25-year-old Nigeria international’s displays this season and claimed it was "Good to see young English talent getting a chance."
Redknapp’s comment brings to mind infamous remarks from his father Harry, who wrote in his newspaper column for the Telegraph earlier this year that Leicester City’s Jamaica international Wes Morgan was “unlucky not to have got an England cap by now.”
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Hi @skysports. I agree with Jamie Redknapp's thoughts about Victor Moses.I also can't believe that Diego Costa has never played for Scotland— ant. (@FattusAntus) October 30, 2016
"It's good to see a young English player doing well", says Jamie Redknapp of 25 year old Nigerian Victor Moses— Alex Stewart (@AFHStewart) October 30, 2016
Imagine getting paid fortunes for watching and talking about football and describing a 26 yr old Nigerian as young English talent #Redknapp— Ian Bradley (@ijbrads66) October 30, 2016
Dear Jamie Redknapp, Victor Moses won the AFCON 2013 as a Nigerian player not an English lad— Genesis Football (@GSPN90MINS) October 30, 2016
Jamie Redknapp is the Wayne Rooney of pundits - a once brilliant performer now out of his league shortly to be off loaded to a lesser rival— Footballistical (@footballistical) October 30, 2016
Had to laugh at Jamie Redknapp's comments about Victor Moses. Clueless.— Amy (@antoniocontes) October 30, 2016
Still laughing at Redknapp to be honest calling Moses an English talent— Chris Selway ™ (@Selway826) October 30, 2016
Here comes Willian for Chelsea. "It's just so good to see English players given a chance" says Jamie Redknapp, trying to hold back tears.— sw. (@_SamAlex) October 30, 2016