Age 28 (9 August, 1989) Height 5ft 8ins (1.73M)
Previous Club: Sutton United Born: Lewisham
Moses joined BTFC in June 2018 from National League side, Sutton United. With an impressive track record of three promotions from the National South, he also has a prolific goal record at National League level, most notably with Woking and Bromley. He offers exceptional pace and movement and can play either as a main striker, just behind “in the hole”, or on the right hand side as part of a three.
Moses started his senior career at now defunct Ryman South side, Croydon Athletic. An impressive tally of 19 goals in 2007-08 saw him gain a professional deal in May 2008 with League Two side, Brentford. At Griffin Park, first team starts were rare with eight appearances in 18 months. After a successful loan at Woking, he signed permanently for the National South outfit in January 2010. Helping the Surrey side to the National South title in 2010-11, he would spend two-and-a-half seasons at Kingfield, scoring 21 goals in 71 league appearances.
In July 2012, Moses joined fellow Conference South side, Eastleigh. Quickly established as joint top scorer at the Spitfires, with 7 goals in 15 appearances, he was snapped up four months later for his first of two spells at ambitious, Dover Athletic. With strong competition for places, Moses was not a regular starter for the Whites. In two seasons in Kent, he scored 3 goals in 48 League appearances. Scored in each leg of the play-off semi-final v Sutton United and won promotion to the National League at Dover in 2013-14 alongside BTFC’s Ricky Modeste.
In June 2014, Moses signed for Bromley, where he would enjoy one of the most successful periods of his career. In a two season stay, he scored 35 times in 82 appearances, firing the Ravens to the National South title in 2014-15. As the goals continued to flow at the higher level, Moses once again caught the attention of National League, Dover Athletic. In summer 2016, he re-joined the Kent side for a single season, scoring 11 goals in 36 League appearances. In May 2017, he moved to National League, Sutton United, where he made six starts. In November 2017, he was loaned for the remainder of the season to Maidenhead United.
Moses returned to Sutton United after making 21 appearances and scoring three goals at National league, Maidenhead. He joined BTFC in June 2018.