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Liberia has never been short of soccer talents and it is no wonder that we hold the record of
producing the only player that have become - World - African and European Player of the year. This is not a product of only individual genius, but a manifestation of the untapped talents that need harnessing.
| James Debbah | George Weah | Joe Nagbe | Benedict Wesseh | Sam Burnette | Alexander Peal |
| Boye Cooper | Paul Broh | Wannie Botoe | John Monkey Browne | Mass Saar |

George Oppong Manneh Weah – “ the famous Wizard Dribble / King of the "Double Shuffle" begun his soccer career at Mighty Barrolle, but made is fame with the Invincible Eleven. His stint with Tonnerre Youande in Cameroom where he mesmerized soccer crazy fans who could believe they were seeing a gem that was to conquer the soccer world like no other African player had done. Weah stay in Cameroom was shortlive as Europe came calling. He left for France to join As Monaco. Weah place Europe under his feet with ball juggling skills, speed and breathtaking goals. In 1994 George was named World, European and African Player of the Year a feat yet to be achieved by another player. Weah professional career took several European teams, including AS Monaco, Paris SG, AC Milan, Chelsea, Manchester City and Al-Jazira S.C. in UAE.  Weah served as Coach of the Lone Star and despite critics claiming that he was inexperience, was able to qualify Lone Star for its second appearance at the African Cup of Nations in Burkina Faso.

Weah is a philantropist whose kindness has benefited the National Soccer Team, Liberian children, refugees and his many friends and relations. Weah tried his hands at politics claiming to champion the cause of the downtrodden. Young people who saw George as a hero and advocate of their cause throng the rallies of the Congress for Democratic Change (CDC). However, George lost to veteran politician Ellen Johnson Sirleaf after run-off elections held in November 2005.   

James Salinsa Debbah – “the Celebrated Star begun his soccer career at Mighty Barrolle in 1984. Debbah brilliant on the ball made him a celebrated soccer player. His awesome skills were spotted by coaches of Union Doula of Cameroon and together with soccer great George Oppong Weah thrilled fans in Cameroon.  His stint with Union Doula was shortlive as Europe came calling. Debbah left for France to join his Weah at As Monaco. Debbah professional career took several European teams, including Alès, Monaco, Paris SG, Lyon, Nice and Paris SG of France; Anderlecht of Belgium; Ankaragucu of Turkey; Iraklis of Greece; Al-Jazira S.C. of UAE.    

Joe “Armstrong” Nagbe (Contract terminated at Panionios) 77+ caps. He is the current captain and the a great set piece taker. He has had at least ten years playing in Europe, starting off like George Weah with Monaco then on to Nice. He has been playing in Greece over the last three years. He is instrumental, but is now without a club because of his commitment to the National Team.
Previous Clubs: Young Survivor, Mighty Barrolle, Invincible Eleven--IE (Liberia), Union Douala (Cameroon), AS Monaco, Vallauris, Nimes, Nice (France), Lugano (Switzerland), PAOK Solenike (Greece) Panionios(Greece)
Club Honors: LFA League Champion, Invincible Eleven--IE 1985/1987, French Division II Champions, Nice, French FA Cup Winner, Nice
International Debut: Liberia vs. Cote d’Ivoire (1985)


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