George Weah can’t stop playing. The Liberia President and former Paris Saint-Germain star participated in a Maracana tournament on Saturday with young Liberians.
Weah retired from football a couple of years ago but the Liberia president never misses an occasion of playing soccer. As he did it again on Saturday, November 28 with the young citizens of his country. The 54-year-old has football in his soul.
Weah is still the first ever and the only African player to claim Ballon d’or following his outstanding season with Serie A side AC Milan in 1995. He scored 58 goals in 147 games with the Rossoneri.
He also featured for Ligue 1 giants Paris Saint-Germain where he netted 49 goals in 127 appearances.
Furthermore, George Weah has also played for AS Monaco, his second club in France, and scored 65 goals in 135 matches.