Former Malian midfielder Mohammed Lamine Sissoko has disclosed his plans to follow in the footsteps of George Weah by becoming his country’s leader.
Weah defied all odds to become the first retired footballer to occupy the highest seat of governance when he was voted as the president of Liberia two months ago.
And during an interview with Xalima, former Valencia and Liverpool enforcer Momo Sissoko, expressed his determination to tow the path of Mr. Weah in the near future.
“I’m preparing it…I know it will be complicated, but we must dream in life. It must also be given the means to succeed, “he explained to Xalima.com.
But before that, the 33-year-old wants to stay more in the game so as to improve the standard of football in his country.
“I’ve always been in football since I was young, so my real goal is to give to the young people all my experiences, all the beautiful things that I know through football,” he concluded.
Sissoko who gained popularity among Malians during his stay at Liverpool was capped 34 times with Mali, scoring 2 goals in the process.
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