President Of Liberia’s Son Tim Is First Player To Score For The US In Qatar 2022 World Cup

President George Weah (left) and son Tim who plays for the United States of America team presently in Qatar

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President of Liberia George Weah’s son, Tim became the first player to score for the United States in the 2022 World Cup in Qatar. Tim Weah, 22, took the US to the lead against Wales on Monday night in the 36th minute, to surpass his father, who was the 1985 concurrent World Footballer of the Year, European Footballer of the Year and African Footballer of the Year, could not with Liberia.

Recording what his father never achieved, Tim and Weston McKennie among the

US national team players are apparently no fans of the Nike USA 2022 World Cup home and away kits. As spotted by US Men’s National Team, both Timothy Weah and Weston McKennie commented on the leaked USA 2022 World Cup kits. Their comments leave no room for speculation – they are no fans of the new kits by Nike.

It has to be noted that both players are not endorsed by Nike but by rival companies. Tim Weah has been sponsored by New Balance since October 2021, while Weston McKennie is an Adidas athlete. This may influence their opinion but is certainly not directly connected to their deals.

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