The Poster: George Weah | The Football Star Turned President

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In the world of football, there are few names as big as George Weah. The former AC Milan and Monaco striker is considered one of the greatest players of all time, and his career has been nothing short of extraordinary. After retiring from football in 2003, Weah decided to enter into politics, and in December 2017 he was elected President of Liberia. In this blog post, we will take a closer look at George Weah's life and career, and find out what led him to become President of Liberia.

Who is George Weah and what was his club career like?

George Weah was born in 1966 in the small West African country of Liberia. His father was a mechanic and his mother was a market trader. From an early age, Weah showed great promise as a footballer, and he began his career playing for local clubs in Liberia. He won the Loberian Premier League with Mighty Barrolle and Invincible Eleven in 1986 and 1987 respectively. In 1988, he moved to Europe to join AS Monaco, where he won the Coupe de France in 1991 and quickly established himself as one of the best players in the world.

Weah spent four years at Monaco before joining PSG in 1992. He won the Ligue 1 in 1994 and two more Coupe de France which led him to be the first and till date only African footballer to win the Ballon d'Or in 1995. He had established himself as one of the most elite strikers in the world which earned him a move to AC Milan in 1995. He enjoyed great success at Milan, winning the Serie A title in 1996 and 1999. He also won the FIFA World Player of the Year award in 1995, becoming again the only African player to do so. Weha left Milan and had brief spells with Chelsea, Manchester City and Marseille and eventually retired from football in 2003, but his legacy as one of the greatest players of all time is secure.

How was George Weah's time with the Liberian national team?

Weah made his debut for Liberia in 1987, and he quickly became the captain of the team. He helped Liberia to qualify for their first ever Africa Cup of Nations in 1996, but they were knocked out in the group stage. Weah was named African Footballer of the Year on three different occasions. He retired from international football after helping Liberia to reach the quarter-finals of the Africa Cup of Nations. Weah made 75 appearances and scored 22 goals for his country.

What was George Weah's style of play?

Weah was a tall and powerful striker, with an excellent first touch and superb finishing ability. He was also known for his pace and athleticism, which made him a nightmare for defenders to deal with. Weah was equally adept at playing with his back to goal or running at defenders, and he was capable of scoring goals with both feet. In addition to his footballing ability, Weah was also known for his leadership qualities and commitment to his team-mates.

There are a number of factors that made George Weah so successful. Firstly, he had immense natural talent as a footballer. Secondly, he worked hard to improve his game and become the best player he could be. Thirdly, he was lucky enough to play for some of the biggest clubs in the world, and he won numerous trophies during his career. Finally, Weah's story is an inspirational one, and his determination to make something of himself is an example to us all.

What led George Weah to enter into politics?

After retiring from football, Weah decided to enter into politics. He ran unsuccessfully for President of Liberia in 2005 and Vice President in 2011. In 2014, he founded the Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC), and in 2017 he was elected President of Liberia. Weah's election was a historic moment, as he became the first footballer to be elected head of state in any country.

As President, Weah has promised to tackle corruption and improve the lives of ordinary Liberians. He has also pledged to support education and healthcare, and to create more jobs for young people. Only time will tell whether Weah can deliver on his promises, but there is no doubt that he is a man of great determination and charisma.

Weah's story is an inspirational one, and his determination to make something of himself is an example to us all. His election as President of Liberia is a historic moment, and it shows that anything is possible if you are willing to work hard for it. George Weah is proof that with enough dedication, anyone can achieve their dreams.

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