Timothy Weah. 18 years old, belonging to PSG and with several minutes of playing with the professional team, he has all the conditions to be the great talent they expect in the United States National Team.
Its history is marked by the lineage of a famous surname in international football in the 90s. George's son, who also passed through PSG among several clubs with great tradition in Europe. Winner of a Ballon d'Or and current president of Liberia, many see in his first-born Timothy Weah a new version of that powerful attacker and scorer.
A challenge to which Timothy is no stranger. Although he knows that comparisons are inevitable, he found in his football the best way to combat those who question him because they think that if he has so much success it is precisely because of his surname and not because he really has the capabilities to declare himself as a new revelation of the American football.
Timothy Weah: Where do he currently play?
Timothy Weah made his professional debut at Paris Saint Germain. However, it did not go as expected, and he was quickly loaned out to Celtic. His time in Scottish football lasted practically a sigh, and he quickly returned to Ligue 1 in France to settle in Lille, his actual team.
Timothy Weah: Tournaments that he won
- Ligue 1: 2017–18, 2018–19 (Paris Saint Germain)
- Trophée des Champions: 2018 (Paris Saint Germain)
- Scottish Premiership: 2018–19 (Celtic)
- Scottish Cup: 2018–19 (Celtic)
- Ligue 1: 2020–21 (Lille)
- Trophée des Champions: 2021(Lille)
- CONCACAF U-17 Championship runner-up: 2017 (United States U17)
- CONCACAF Nations League: 2019–20 (USMNT)
Timothy Weah: How many games does he play with the USMNT?
Timothy Weah was called up for the first time to the United States national team in 2018, something that has happened without interruption until today. Since then, he has defended the colors of his country in 13 games, and scored 1 goal.