|Full name||Remi Mark Moses|
|Date of birth||14 November 1960|
|Place of birth||Miles Platting, Manchester, England|
|West Bromwich Albion|
|1979–1981||West Bromwich Albion||63||(5)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
In 1981, Moses was transferred from West Bromwich Albion to Manchester United for £500,000. He had been a crucial player in an Albion side that had qualified for the UEFA Cup three times in four seasons with top-four finishes.
Moses was a key midfielder for United during the 1980s, but suffered a succession of serious injuries. He missed the FA Cup final triumphs of 1983 due to suspension and 1985 due to injury, and played his last game for the club in 1988. Injuries had gradually forced him out of the team and he finally announced his retirement from playing in the 1988–89 season when aged only 28.
In 2000, Moses was working buying and selling property in Alkrington, Greater Manchester, and in his spare time, coaching the Manchester Warriors U-20 inline skating side, which had just won the GB Inline Hockey League and 'every other trophy going'.
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