"Sieh's detailed account of George Weah's rise from school drop-out to internationally acclaimed football star and his impressive journey from the slums of Claratown/Monrovia to the Executive Mansion in Monrovia will thrill both football enthusiasts and political analysts alike. With his inside knowledge of government manipulations, frictions, fights, cheating, coalitions, the country's football club, and Weah's own rags-to-riches story, Sieh has created a world-class biographical picture of Liberia's troubling political transactions and the man at the center of them."
Dr. Fred Van Der Kraijj
"Unputdownable!—A bold, breezy, matter-of-fact book detailing the fascinating failings and political odyssey of one of the world's most talented and accomplished footballers who, against all odds, transited to the tough politics of his country."
Editor-in-Chief, Premium Times, Nigeria
"From one of the most courageous voices for democracy in modern Africa comes this must-read book about the storied political landscape of Liberia, a nation whose historic founding holds surprising similarities to the United States."
Executive Board Member, Center for Racial Justice, Dillard University, USA