Former AC Milan striker reportedly president of Liberia

Former AC Milan striker reportedly president of Liberia

Former world top footballer, George Weah, is rumored to be the winner in the Liberian presidential elections However, until now there is no official information because the Liberian election commission prohibits the holding of announcements.

According to, the former AC Milan star and Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) are at the top of the tally. He outperformed the current vice-president, Joseph Boakai, who became the toughest competitor.

Weah, who won the World Player of the Year award and Ballon d’Or 1995, retired from football in 2003. After that, the 51-year-old man swerved into politics and will now become presidential successor to Ellen Johnson Sirleaf.

During his profession as a football player, Weah incised a number of proud achievements. The former Chelsea and Manchester City player has also won the Best African Player award three times.

The Legend of LIberia George Weah

Meanwhile for international level, he defeated German football legend Juergen Klinsmann in the 1995 World Player of the Year award.

Weah is not the only footballer who turns politics. There are a number of former world’s top players who are also involved in the world such as Pele and Zico who are both serving as ministers of sports of Brazil.

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