Ex Arsenal Manager,Arsene Wenger Receives Country’s Highest National Honor

Liberian President and former football star, George Weah awarded
ex-Arsenal manager, Arsene Wenger with the country’s highest
honor in a ceremony today for services to African football that
included launching Weah’s own successful career.

Wenger found Weah playing for Cameroon’s Tonnerre Yaounde and
brought him to French side Monaco in 1988. The move paved the
way for the striker at some of Europe’s top clubs, including AC
Milan, Paris St Germain and Chelsea.



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