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(FILES) This file photograph taken on September 25, 2017, shows former football player and candidate in Liberia's presidential elections, George Weah poses during a photo session in Paris. Former star footballer George Weah was named winner of Liberia's presidential election on December 28, 2017, easily beating his challenger in the country's first democratic transfer of power in seven decades scarred by civil wars, political assassinations and an Ebola crisis. / AFP PHOTO / JOEL SAGET
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(NYT30) MONROVIA, Liberia -- Oct. 9, 2005 -- LIBERIA-ELECTION-3 -- George Weah, a former soccer star who is running in Liberia's presidential election, at a campaign rally in Monrovia, Liberia on Saturday, Oct. 8, 2005. After 14 years of living by the bullet, caught in a seemingly endless cycle of civil war that killed 200,000 people and spawned brutal conflicts across the region, Liberians are more than ready to give the ballot a try. Two years after Charles Taylor, the warlord-turned-president who helped create this chaos in his own nation and beyond, was pushed from power, Liberia is preparing to elect a new president and legislature on Tuesday, Oct. 11, 2005. It may be the first truly free election in the nation's history. (Michael Kamber/The New York Times)
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George Weah (Milan) mit der Trophae fur Europas Fu?baller des Jahres 1995
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PHOTO: EAST NEWS/AFP Football legend George Weah speaks 17 September 2005 with journalists at his home in Monrovia. War-torn Liberia is three weeks from a vote to choose its first elected government in eight years, with polls showing soccer star Weah losing ground but remaining atop the field of 22 presidential candidates. Though Weah remains the odds-on favorite to take first in the October 11 election if not win an absolute majority, mandating a second round in early November, his closest rivals are closing the gap in the provinces. Weah was the former striker of Paris St. Germain and AC Milan, and the only African ever to win FIFA's Footballer of the Year Award in 1995. An idol in Liberia, where he is known as "King George", Weah has also financed the national football team, called Lone Star, as a vehicle to maintain and develop the footballing infrastructure in the country.
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Soccer star and presidential candidate George Weah from the Congress for Democratic Change 'CDC' party seen at a press conference in the city of Monrovia, Liberia on Wednesday, Nov. 9, 2005.
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Former international Liberian football star turned politician, and presidential election candidate George Weah casts his vote for Liberia's presidential and legislatives elections, at a polling station in Monrovia on October 10, 2017. Liberians head to the polls on October 10 to elect a new president in a contest set to complete the country's first democratic transition of power in more than 70 years. / AFP PHOTO / ISSOUF SANOGO
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(FILES) This file photograph taken on December 23, 2017, shows Liberian presidential candidate and ex-football international George Weah (L) as he speaks beside his wife Clar (R) outside their house in Monrovia. George Weah emerged from Liberia's slums to become a superstar footballer in the 1990s, and has leveraged his status as a revered figure among the country's young and poor in his second run for the presidency. / AFP PHOTO / SEYLLOU
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The former Liberian player George Weah , left, and the French soccer star Zinedine Zidane during the jubilee soccer match played in honor of Weah, in Marseille, southern France, Saturday June 11, 2005. (AP Photo/Claude Paris)
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Soccer star and presidential candidate George Weah, center, from the Congress for Democratic Change 'CDC' party seen after he voted on the outskirts of the city of Monrovia, Liberia on Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2005. One-time FIFA player of the year George Weah and former Finance Minister Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf finished first and second, respectively, in the Oct. 11 first round, which weeded out 20 other presidential candidates, including warlords and rebel leaders. (AP Photo)
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Presidential candidate George Weah, center, casts his ballot at a voting station in Monrovia, Liberia on Tuesday, Oct. 11, 2005. Voters cast ballots Tuesday for Liberia's first elected president since the end of a 14-year civil war that destroyed the west African nation, killed tens of thousands of people and left the living mired in abject poverty. (AP Photo/Schalk van Zuydam)
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PHOTO: EAST NEWS/AFP FIFA president Sepp Blatter (R) poses for a picture with Liberian soccer player George Weah at the opening of Soccerex 2002 in Dubai 29 April 2002. Blatter said he needed a second term as the most powerful man in world football, dismissing his Cameroonian rival's manifesto as containing "discrepancies."
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(FILES) This file photograph taken on June 22, 2013, shows former football player and Liberia's then main opposition leader (CDC), George Weah (R) as he presents his Ballon D'or trophy to Liberia's President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf (C) during a Peace Initiative football match between African all stars and Liberian all stars at the Samuel Doe stadium in Monrovia. Former star footballer George Weah was named winner of Liberia's presidential election on December 29, 2017, easily beating his challenger in the country's first democratic transfer of power in seven decades scarred by civil wars, political assassinations and an Ebola crisis. / AFP PHOTO / STR
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Liberian presidential candidate George Weah speaks with media representatives after casting his vote at a polling station in Monrovia on December 26, 2017, for the second round of presidential elections. / AFP PHOTO / SEYLLOU
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(FILES) This file photograph taken on April 30, 2016, shows Liberian football star, George Weah (C) as he smiles with members of the opposite team after scoring a penalty during a match played on a dusty pitch at the Alpha Old Timers Sports Association in Paynesville in Monrovia. Former star footballer George Weah was named winner of Liberia's presidential election on December 28, 2017, easily beating his challenger in the country's first democratic transfer of power in seven decades scarred by civil wars, political assassinations and an Ebola crisis. / AFP PHOTO / MARCO LONGARI
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Liberian Presidential candidate George Weah shakes hands with former U.S. President Jimmy Carter, right, after a meeting in Monrovia, Liberia on Monday, Oct. 10, 2005. The seasoned election observer and former U.S. president hailed Liberians' dedication to nonviolence and democratic ideals Monday, a day before this West African nation's first presidential elections since the end of 14 years of civil war. (AP Photo/Pewee Flomoku)
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PHOTO: EAST NEWS/AFP Football legend George Weah campaigns 22 September 2005 in Monrovia for Liberia's presidential elections. War-torn Liberia is three weeks from a vote to choose its first elected government in eight years, with polls showing soccer star Weah losing ground but remaining atop the field of 22 presidential candidates. Though Weah remains the odds-on favorite to take first in the October 11 election if not win an absolute majority, mandating a second round in early November, his closest rivals are closing the gap in the provinces. Weah was the former striker of Paris St. Germain and AC Milan, and the only African ever to win FIFA's Footballer of the Year Award in 1995. An idol in Liberia, where he is known as "King George", Weah has also financed the national football team, called Lone Star, as a vehicle to maintain and develop the footballing infrastructure in the country.

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