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Twitter Reacts to George Weah’s 79-Minute Show Against Super Eagles

By dayan (M)September 12, 2018, 08:31:03 AM
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51-year-old George Weah, president of Liberia took up the number 14 jersey against the Super Eagles of Nigeria in a friendly to mark the retirement of the jersey. He was joined by 48-year-old Liberia’s Coach and retired player James Debbah.

Weah, a Ballon d’Or winner started, lasted 79 minutes on the pitch but not without trying out a few tricks. The game ended in a 2-1 victory for Super Eagles.

Likewise, Tim Weah, his 19-year-old son started the USA against Mexico, making it the first time that a father and son will an international footy on the same day.

Africans have since expressed their views on his decision to play in the team:


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Source: Guardian


Re: Twitter Reacts to George Weah’s 79-Minute Show Against Super Eagles

By dayan (M)September 12, 2018, 08:41:11 AM
Why are people freaking out and being disrespectful of a great son of Africa who decides to honor his country by playing the beautiful game as part of obvious entertainment?
Does his becoming a president of a country make him now cease to ever be a football player?
Africans sef


Re: Twitter Reacts to George Weah’s 79-Minute Show Against Super Eagles

By Ramjoe (M)September 13, 2018, 04:17:01 PM
Why are people freaking out and being disrespectful of a great son of Africa who decides to honor his country by playing the beautiful game as part of obvious entertainment?
Does his becoming a president of a country make him now cease to ever be a football player?
Africans sef

Ever heard of the "small dot story"? Most of us from around here choose to see the dot on the paper without paying attention to or acknowledging the wide area of space unblemished.

Always be wary of negativity, if we can curb it or reduce it at least, we will go far...


George is a legend. And that's not only in Africa but the world at large. I for one see nothing wrong in what he did here, turning out for his country.


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