Moussa signed for the Cards for the third time in January 2021 when he penned an 18-month deal with the club. The giant and hugely popular left-sided centre-back first joined Woking on loan in March 2019, making 13 appearances for Alan Dowson’s side, as they sealed promotion back to the National League via the play-offs. He also scored twice in that time, including the first Woking goal in the memorable comeback win over Wealdstone in the play-off semi-final, which the Cards would eventually win 3-2. He signed a permanent deal that summer and was one of the standout players on the club’s return to the National League, making 35 appearances and scoring three goals, as the club finished the shortened campaign in tenth place. After just over six months away, he re-joined the club from Havant & Waterlooville, making a further 24 appearances and netting four times, including another goal against Wealdstone, this time the winner in a 1-0 away victory.
An experienced non-league player, the Frenchman began his career in England with St Albans City and Hemel Hempstead Town, before signing for Dowse’s former club Hampton & Richmond Borough in early 2015. He scored just two minutes into his debut, against AFC Hornchurch, and finished the season with four goals and three clean sheets in just seven games. He continued that form into his only full season with the Beavers, scoring an incredible 14 goals in 52 games in all competitions, as Hampton were promoted from the Isthmian Premier Division as champions. His form earned him a move to National League side Barrow where he spent two seasons, finishing seventh in his first, before a more challenging campaign spent battling relegation. In the summer of 2018 he joined Dover Athletic, but after only receiving limited opportunities, he moved to Woking near the start of the following year. Two years later he moved south again to join Havant, helping them reach the second round of the FA Cup, before returning home to Woking at the start of 2021.