December 3, 2022
Timothy Weah scored the USA's opening goal

Timothy Weah scored the USA’s opening goal

He opened the scoring for the USA in the first half against Wales today (21st). 1 to 1 for that World Cup 2022, Timothy Weah certainly made his father proud. The 22-year-old Lille-FRA striker is not involved in football: he is the son of the 1995 world player of the year and the current president of Liberia, George We.

George Weah, a speedy center with good finishing, made a name for himself especially in the 1990s. Among other teams, he is Monaco and Paris Saint-GermainIn France, and by Milan, from Italy. He has scored 290 goals in 632 career games.

Considered one of the greatest African players in history, Weah is the only athlete from the continent to win the FIFA and France Football Awards for the best player in the world (known today as “The Best” and “Golden Ball” respectively).

Born in Liberia, father of first American goal scorer Qatar Cup Never played in a World Cup. As his son traveled to the Middle East, he changed his schedule as president to closely follow the special moment.

“Last week, Tim Wee told me his father was going on holiday in Liberia to watch George play in Qatar in the World Cup he never played in,” BBC journalist Mani Djazmi wrote on social media. . So, there’s a good chance the 90s ace saw his son’s goal in person.

In an interview with Fox Sports in the US ahead of the Cup, Tim Weah revealed how he talks to his father. “I talk to him on WhatsApp,” he said. “If he’s busy he won’t pick up, if I’m busy I won’t pick up. My dad is the most normal person you’ll ever meet. He gets up and goes to play. Basketball Or football.”

Tim Weah, 22, was born in New York when his father immigrated to the United States. He currently defends Lille from France, but he is not the only one in the family in football.

Apart from him, George’s son-in-law Kyle Duncan plays professionally. New York RB of the MLS (American Soccer League) defends at right-back.

George Wee: A Link to Politics

When George Way was sworn in as President of Liberia

Image: AFP PHOTO / ISSOUF SANOGO

The African star retired from football in 2003. Retired, he started investing in politics and quickly rose to relevant positions due to his achievements in the field.

Weah served one term as a senator and was elected President of Liberia in 2017. Since then, he has been managing a country trying to recover from civil wars and suffering. Social inequality🇧🇷

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