"They're afraid to mark me because I'm the best dribbler and if they try, they will dislocate some of their body. I'm very fancy."
-- Liberian president George Weah
, the former
Ballon d'Or winner and father of U.S. international Tim Weah
, on why opponents never try tackle him in matches the Weah All Stars play against other teams made up of former professional
players. Their coach, former Arsenal player Christopher Wreh
, has a better explanation -- opponents are under orders not to tackle the 52-year-old president. (BBC Sport