George Weah is regarded as one of the greatest African footballers of all time, with unrivaled achievements.
He is the current and 25th President of Liberia, having been born on October 1, 1966.
Weah started playing football on the streets of Monrovia, where he discovered his hidden potential.
Weah is a wonderful player who became a legend with his superb blend of dribbling, acceleration, speed, and traditional goal-scoring skills. He has received numerous prizes, titles, and honors that no other African has ever received.
He has played in a variety of clubs as an unprofessional player, which provided him with a platform to showcase his natural talent.
His professional career began in 1988, when he was recruited by A.S Monaco of the French Ligue 1. He made 103 appearances for Monaco, scoring 47 goals in the process. Before moving for PSG at the end of the season, he had had a huge influence on the team.
He was signed by Paris-Saint-Germain in the end of 1992. In the 1994/95 season, he was the top scorer for PSG, leading them to the French Cup, Ligue 1 title, and the UEFA Champions League semi-finals. Before joining A.C Milan in the Italian serie A, he made 96 appearances for the club and scored 32 goals.
Weah was signed by Milan and spent the following four seasons there, achieving the feats that made him the legend he is today. Before being loaned to Chelsea in 2000, he helped A.C Milan win the Series A title twice.
George Weah received the Ballon d’Or, the world’s best player, the European best player, the highest goal scorer, and a slew of other prestigious awards.
He is the first and only African to win the Best Player of the Year accolade in the world.
Before joining Chelsea, Weah made 114 appearances for A.C Milan, scoring 47 goals in the process.
He helped Chelsea win the FA Cup, and he needed to do better that season. He appeared in 11 games for Chelsea, scoring three goals. He was later signed by Manchester City and Marseille, where he had a successful career.
As a result, George Weah became a legendary figure with unrivaled achievements. In Africa’s soccer hall of fame, he will always be remembered as a giant.
Withdrawing from his soccer career, his campaign for civil rights became a political and had an enormous impact on society. To support his activism, he founded the “campaign for democratic reform” forum. His patriotism fueled his political enthusiasm. He ran for president but lost to Ellen, who was declared the winner.
He then became a senator in Liberia’s legislature and continued to wield considerable power.
Weah was sworn in as President of Liberia on January 22, 2018, after defeating incumbent Vice President Joseph Boakai in the 2017 election.
Weah is an unforgettably legendary figure with such a wonderful profile.