Cardiff City
Game Details
West Ham United
Game Details

George Weah sworn in as Liberian president


George Weah wins Liberian presidency


George Weah and the ease of leadership


George Weah hails 'father figure' Wenger


Musona nets hat-trick, Uganda win

Afcon Qualifiers

Zimbabwe vs. Liberia: Where did it all go wrong?

Zimbabwe travelled to Liberia on Sunday with their confidence high after a four-match unbeaten run had brought them to the brink of Africa Cup of Nations qualification.

Needing just a point to secure the ticket to Cameroon, Zimbabwe were undone by a second-half William Jebor strike to end up 1-0 losers, leaving their supporters fearing the worst.

Now, the team they often refer to as 'the worry us', go into the final qualifier at home to Congo-Brazzaville needing a result.

Where did it all go wrong...

Liberia President George Weah, 51, makes surprise appearance in friendly vs. Nigeria

George Weah, President of Liberia and former World Footballer of the Year made a surprise return to international football in Monrovia on Tuesday, playing for 79 minutes in a 2-1 friendly loss to Nigeria a few weeks short of his 52nd birthday.

Liberia had arranged the friendly to retire the No. 14 jersey made famous by Weah but fans were in for a shock when, 16 years after his last international appearance, the former Paris Saint-Germain and AC Milan striker led the national team onto the pitch wearing...

Nigeria call five home-based players for Liberia friendly

Gernot Rohr has invited five home-based professionals ahead of the Super Eagles' international friendly against Liberia at the Samuel Kanyon Doe Sports Complex in Monrovia on Tuesday.

Three of the players are drawn from CAF Confederation Cup campaigners and seven-time Nigeria league champions Enyimba (Ikechukwu Ezenwa, Mfon Udoh and Sunday Adetunji), while FC Ifeanyi Ubah (Adeleye Olamilekan) and League champions Lobi Stars (Ebube Duru) contribute one apiece.

Ezenwa, who was a part of Nigeria's...

Arsene Wenger receives Liberia's highest honour from George Weah

Former Arsenal midfielder Stewart Robson tries to read deeper into Arsene Wenger's regret about staying on as Gunners boss for too long.

Liberian president and former football star George Weah awarded ex-Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger with the country's highest honour in a ceremony on Friday for services to African football that included launching Weah's own acclaimed career.

Wenger found Weah playing for Cameroon's Tonnerre Yaounde and brought him to French side Monaco in 1988, paving the way for a career playing striker at some of Europe's top clubs, including AC Milan, Paris Saint-Germain and Chelsea.

Wenger was named a Knight...