What They're Saying: George Weah

"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)
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