Moses Ashikodi Wiki, Biography, Age, Wife, Family, Net Worth

Moses Ashikodi Wiki,Biography, Net Worth

Moses Ashikodi is a semi-professional footballer who plays for Isthmian League South East Division club VCD Athletic.

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Moses Ashikodi Wiki, Biography

Date of Birth 27 June 1987
Birth Day February 15
Birth Years 1987
Age 34 years old
Birth Place Lagos
Birth City
Birth Country Antigua and Barbuda
Nationality Nigerian
Famous As Athlete
Also Known for Athlete
Zodiac Sign Aries
Occupation Athlete

Famously known by the Family name Moses Ashikodi, is a great Athlete. He was born on 27 June 1987, in Lagos. is a beautiful and populous city located in Lagos Antigua and Barbuda.

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Moses Ashikodi Net Worth

Moses Ashikodi has a net worth of $5.00 million (Estimated) which he earned from his occupation as Athlete. Popularly known as the Athlete of Antigua and Barbuda. He is seen as one of the most successful Athlete of all times. Moses Ashikodi Net Worth & Basic source of earning is being a successful Nigerian Athlete.

Moses entered the career as Athlete In his early life after completing his formal education..

Net Worth

Estimated Net Worth in 2022 $1 Million to $5 Million Approx
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Moses Ashikodi Personal Life, Relationships and Dating

Ashikodi was born in Lagos, Nigeria and moved to London. After leaving professional football, Ashikodi began working as a wellbeing personal trainer in Twickenham.

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Life Story & Timeline

2018

Ashikodi started the 2018–19 season on the books of Isthmian League South East Division club VCD Athletic. After only one league appearance, he moved to South Park of the South Central Division, before being brought back to VCD Athletic on 12 October 2018.

2017

In March 2017, Ashikodi returned to Isthmian League Division One South club Walton Casuals for his second spell with the club. He made his debut in a 1–0 defeat at Dorking Wanderers on 25 March, and scored a week later in a 3–3 draw against Ramsgate. Ashikodi also scored in a 1–1 draw at Hastings United on 15 April. He made a total of six appearances before leaving the club at the end of the season.

Ahead of the 2017–18 season, Ashikodi joined Southern Combination Premier Division side Three Bridges. On 26 August, he made his debut as a substitute in a 1–1 draw with Eastbourne Town and was involved in an incident after the full-time whistle. Involved in a row over a stolen mobile phone, Ashikodi was grabbed around the neck by a supporter leading him to punch the supporter. The club claimed the striker has acting in self defence. He made a further four appearances for the club.

On 15 November 2017, Ashikodi made his debut for Southern Counties East Premier Division side Rochester United. Three days later, he scored his first goal for the club in a 5–2 defeat against Glebe. He also scored back-to-back goals with a brace at AFC Croydon Athletic and a late consolation goal against Rusthall. The following month, Ashikodi scored in further back-to-back appearances against Glebe and Hollands & Blair. His 82nd-minute strike in the latter earned Ashikodi his first win in eight games, but he made just one further appearance in a 3–1 defeat at Lordswood on 6 January 2018.

2016

In December 2015, Ashikodi joined league rivals Carshalton Athletic after a short absence from football. On 2 January 2016, he made his debut in a 1–1 draw with Corinthian-Casuals. Spending a month with the club, he scored his first goal in his fourth appearance – his side’s only goal in a 7–1 loss to Ramsgate. He left the club shortly after the defeat.

In February 2016, Ashikodi made two appearances for Southern Counties East League Premier side Croydon, his first club in the ninth tier. However, his swift departure less than a week after signing ensured he failed to score for the club.

On 3 March 2016, Isthmian League Division One South club East Grinstead Town announced the signing of Ashikodi. His fifth club of the season, he made his mark with a goal just five minutes into his debut. Nonetheless, it would be his only appearance for the club before his return to a former side.

Ashikodi began the 2016–17 season with Isthmian League Division One South club Whyteleafe. His spell with the club was short-lived, scoring once in five appearances. His final game saw him start on the bench, replacing Roscoe Dsane on the hour, and receiving a yellow card for an intentional handball. Ashikodi stated his intention to leave the club immediately after the game, unhappy at being left on the bench.

In October 2016, Ashikodi joined Combined Counties Premier Division side Guildford City. He scored on his debut in a 3–1 victory at Knaphill but made just four appearances before his release two weeks later.

Ashikodi returned to the Isthmian League in November 2016 with a move to Chatham Town. He made just four appearances for the club before an on-the-pitch incident resulted in his release. An argument with teammate Ricky Freeman led to the striker storming off the pitch, having come on just seven minutes earlier, and leaving his team with 10 men for the final 15 minutes having made all three substitutions.

2015

In December 2014, Isthmian League Division One North club Maldon & Tiptree announced the signing of Ashikodi. He made his debut in a 2–0 win against Thamesmead Town on 20 December, and scored his first goal in a 1–1 draw with Burnham Ramblers on 1 January 2015. Ashikodi was named as an unused substitute in the following game and left the club shortly after.

In January 2015, Ashikodi returned to Isthmian League Division One North side Cray Wanderers. On 24 January, he scored 29 minutes into his debut in a 3–2 defeat to Brentwood Town. A week later, he scored again in a 3–2 defeat at Aveley. After three goalless games, Ashikodi was dropped to the bench in late February. He returned to the starting line-up a month later and scored eight minutes into a 4–0 win against Burnham Ramblers. However, he would not feature again as Cray Wanderers narrowly avoided relegation.

In August 2015, Ashikodi joined Isthmian League Division One South club Walton Casuals for his first time in the eighth tier of English football. On 15 August, he marked his debut with a goal in a 3–0 win against Tooting & Mitcham United. Four days later, he scored again in a 4–0 win over East Grinstead Town in the Isthmian League Cup First Round. On 25 August, he scored both goals in a 3–2 defeat to Walton & Hersham. Ashikodi scored his first goal for the club in a 3–1 win against Three Bridges on 26 September, and played his final game two weeks later. He totalled seven goals in 15 games prior to his release.

In October 2015, he joined local and league rivals Walton & Hersham. Ashikodi made his debut in a 2–0 defeat at Hastings United, but managed just 51 minutes before being replaced due to an injury. It went on to be his only appearance for the club.

2014

In February 2014, Ashikodi signed for Isthmian League Premier Division side Cray Wanderers. On 23 February, he scored on his debut in a 5–1 defeat against Lewes. On 1 March, he scored in a 7–1 loss at Metropolitan Police. Ashikodi scored his side’s first goal in a 2–2 draw with Wingate & Finchley on 23 March, and scored a brace two days later in a 3–2 win against Grays Athletic.

Ashikodi joined Isthmian League Premier Division club AFC Hornchurch ahead of the 2014–15 season. On 9 August 2014, Ashikodi made his debut as a substitute in a 1–0 defeat at East Thurrock United. He made a further six appearances for the club, completing ninety minutes on just one occasion, and recorded a single point in seven league outings.

In November 2014, Ashikodi joined Conference South side Eastbourne Borough. He made his debut from the bench in a 2–1 win against Hayes & Yeading United on 18 November. He made a further two appearances as a substitute before his departure.

2013

On 22 October, having returned from international duty just two days earlier, Ashikodi struck in the 87th minute to seal a 1–0 win against Woking in the FA Cup Fourth Qualifying Round. The goal ensured a first win in eight games, and Ashikodi later revealed he was still suffering from jet lag.

He failed to score again for the club and departed after three goals in 26 appearances. Ashikodi had an unsuccessful trial with Luton Town after his release in May 2013.

On 2 November 2013, Ashikodi signed for Isthmian League Premier Division team Enfield Town. The same day he made his debut in an FA Trophy Second Qualifying Round defeat to Grays Athletic. On 12 November, he made his league debut in a 3–0 loss to Wingate & Finchley. The defeat saw manager Steve Newing sacked and Ashikodi failed to appear for the club again.

Exactly a month after signing for Enfield Town, Ashikodi joined Isthmian League Premier Division club Margate. The striker had looked set to join Hampton & Richmond Borough but the club announced the deal fell apart in the final stages. On 7 December, he started in a 5–3 defeat to Bognor Regis Town. After three games without a goal and a change in managers, Ashikodi was dropped to the bench for a 2–2 draw with Hampton & Richmond Borough on 21 December. Coming off the bench in a 4–0 loss at Maidstone United on 26 December, and being unused two days later, Ashikodi departed the club soon after without a first win.

On 31 December 2013, Conference South side Farnborough announced that Ashikodi had signed a short-team deal with the club. On 11 January 2014, he made his debut in a 2–1 defeat to Staines Town. He made a further two appearances for the club, with one in the Hampshire Senior Cup.

Later that month, Ashikodi returned to Croydon in the Southern Counties East Premier Division. On 12 March, he made his debut in a 2–1 loss to Lordswood and was substituted after 65 minutes. The defeat proved to be his only appearance as he failed to return to the club.

2012

On 2 January 2012, after the expiration of his loan deal with York City, Ashikodi signed a permanent contract that would take him up to the end of the season. He failed to score again for the club, managing just three starts, and was released in May 2012.

Ashikodi re-signed for Conference Premier side Ebbsfleet United in July 2012. Having scored five goals in pre-season, Ashikodi also scored on the opening day of the season in a thrilling 5–4 victory at Nuneaton Town. Scoring in a 4–2 defeat at Hereford United on 25 August, he then went almost two months without finding the net.

He made his international debut for Antigua and Barbuda as an 81st-minute substitute in a 3–1 2014 FIFA World Cup qualification defeat to Guatemala on 7 September 2012.

2011

On 27 September 2011, he was sent off in a 5–3 loss to Hayes & Yeading United, along with teammate Jean-Paul Marna. The pair were dismissed for fighting following a dispute over who should take a penalty. Ashikodi eventually took the penalty, and after missing Marna scored from the resulting corner. They then came to blows on their way back to the centre circle.

In November 2011, Ashikodi was placed on a transfer list due to the club’s financial difficulties – which saw the complete first team squad listed for sale.

On 23 November 2011, Ashikodi joined Conference Premier club York City on loan until the New Year. On 3 December, he scored his first goal against parent club Kettering Town in a 7–0 victory. The goal proved to be his only in six appearances in the loan spell.

He has resented his “bad boy” jibes after the knife incident that lead to his departure from Millwall. Speaking to the York Press in 2011, he said:

2010

On 19 January 2010, Ashikodi remained in the Conference Premier after signing with Ebbsfleet United. That same day, he scored a penalty on his debut against former club Kettering Town. He scored 10 goals in 15 league appearances before his departure at the end of the season.

In July 2010, Ashikodi returned to Conference Premier side Kettering Town.

2009

Ashikodi’s contract was terminated in February 2009. Later that month he played on trial for both Luton Town, scoring in the side’s reserve team game against Peterborough United, and Shrewsbury Town, where he scored twice in a reserve fixture.

In February 2009, Ashikodi joined League Two club Shrewsbury Town after a successful trial. On 28 February, he made his debut in a 3–0 defeat at Macclesfield Town Ashikodi scored his first goal for the club a week later in his third game to help Shrewsbury to a 3–2 win against Notts County on 7 March. He came on as an 89th-minute substitute in a 1–0 defeat to Gillingham in the 2009 Football League Two play-off Final at Wembley Stadium on 23 May. Two days later, he was released by Shrewsbury having scored 1 goal in 10 games.

On 2 September 2009, Ashikodi joined Conference Premier side Kettering Town. He made his debut as a second-half substitute against Altrincham three days later, scoring once and setting up a second goal in a 2–0 victory. Ashikodi played his final game in a 1–1 FA Cup Second Round draw at home to Leeds United on 29 November. He was later released by the club.

2008

After recovering from his broken leg, Ashikodi was loaned out to League One side Swindon Town in January 2008. Expected to remain at the club for the rest of the season, he made 10 appearances before being forced to return to Watford in early April after a loose screw on a plate in his leg required surgery ruled him out of the remainder of the season.

In August 2008, Ashikodi joined League One side Hereford United on a five-month loan. He scored in his second game for the club, a 2–1 loss to Championship side Crystal Palace in the League Cup on 12 August. In mid-September he returned to Watford for treatment on an injury, but subsequently returned to Hereford to complete the loan period. Ashikodi made eight appearances for Hereford, with one goal scored, and returned to his parent club in January 2009.

2007

On 1 January 2007, Ashikodi completed a move to Premier League club Watford after impressing during a two-week trial. He signed a two-and-a-half-year contract for a nominal fee. On 6 January, he scored the final goal in a 4–1 FA Cup win over Stockport County on his debut. The goal was his first at senior level. He played his first Premier League game against Aston Villa on 20 January.

In March 2007, Ashikodi joined League One side Bradford City on a one-month loan. The loan was extended until the end of the season two weeks later, and he scored twice in eight games for the club. His loan spell was cut short after he sustained a broken leg in a fixture against Brighton & Hove Albion, which ruled him out for the remainder of the season.

2006

Ashikodi joined Scottish Premier League club Rangers in January 2006 after a successful trial period. He signed a contract until the end of the 2005–06 season.

2005

He failed to make a first team appearance and was released at the end of the 2005–06 season.

In August 2005, Ashikodi joined League One side Gillingham on a four-month loan. On 20 August, he made his debut in a 1–0 victory against AFC Bournemouth. The match proved to be his only victory during the loan spell, featuring in two defeats and a draw. His final appearance came on 15 October in a goalless draw with Yeovil Town. Replacing Andy Hessenthaler at half-time, Ashikodi picked up two yellow cards and was dismissed within 29 minutes. He made a total of four substitute appearances before returning to his parent club.

On 10 June 2005, Ashikodi made a single appearance for the Under-18s as a substitute in a 0–0 home draw with Norway. He made his debut for the Under-19s in November and scored both goals in a 2–1 victory against Switzerland. Ashikodi made his final appearance in a 2–1 victory over Northern Ireland on 20 May 2006, having scored three goals in three games for the Under-19s.

2004

Ashikodi’s career at Millwall effectively ended in February 2004 after a training ground incident that reportedly saw him threaten teammate Mark McCammon with a plastic knife. The club launched an investigation into the events, and on 29 April he left the club by mutual consent. A club statement read: “The disciplinary process has been concluded. We wish him the best of luck in his future career.”

On 5 August 2004, Ashikodi joined Championship club West Ham United on a two-year contract after impressing during a trial. Manager Alan Pardew said: “Moses is getting a last chance with us. He is a major talent and, hopefully, he will have learned his lesson.”

2003

Ashikodi began his career in the Millwall youth system. On 22 February 2003, he made his professional debut as a substitute in a 1–0 defeat at Brighton & Hove Albion. In doing so, at 15 years and 240 days, he became the youngest player to make a first team appearance for Millwall and the youngest player to make his Football League debut between 1988 and 2008.

Ashikodi played in the 2002 Victory Shield, scoring in a 1–0 victory against Wales on 1 November, and made his final appearance for the Under-16s in a 2–2 draw with Germany in November. He scored three goals in eight caps before joining the Under-17s, making his debut in a 4–0 victory against the Faroe Islands in the 2002 Nordic Tournament. He scored his first goal for the Under-17s almost a year later, netting the winning goal in a 1–0 victory over the United States on 7 July 2003. He made five appearances for England at Under-17 level, scoring one goal.

2002

He made a further four substitute appearances during the 2002–03 season, and was chosen by the club’s youth academy staff as Millwall’s Schoolboy of the Year award for a second successive season.

He represented England at youth level, and in May 2002 made his debut for the Under-16s in a 3–1 friendly victory against Belgium. He scored England’s second goal in the 29th minute.

1987

Moses Ashikodi (born 27 June 1987) is a semi-professional footballer who plays for Isthmian League South East Division club VCD Athletic.

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