- Position: Forward
- Date of Birth: 02/22/2000
- Pro Team: Lille
- Height: 6'0"
- Weight: 175
- Caps: 10
- Goals: 1
Faced with one of the more interesting dual-national situations in world soccer history, Weah chose the country of his birth where he developed as a soccer player instead of the country where his father was President. Not just the head of state, but also the country’s greatest soccer superstar. Instead, Tim charted his own path starting with the Red Bulls academy system and then PSG’s. Prior to the start of the 2017-18 season, Weah signed with PSG. After limited playing time, he had a breakout loan spell with Celtic in 2018-19 that led to a permanent move to Lille. What might have seemed like a step back from PSG turned into opportunity with Lille a title challenger in 2020-21 and Weah a key part of their attack.
At USMNT level, Weah played for the U-15s, U-17s, U-20s, and U-23s, making his senior squad debut in 2018. There’s no question that he already offers the USMNT a dynamic option at the top of the formation while gaining experience at the highest level in European soccer.
2020: Subbed on against Wales on Nov 12 and Panama on Nov 16.
2018: Debuted against Paraguay on Mar 27. Started and scored against Bolivia on May 28. Started against Ireland on Jun 2. Subbed on against Brazil on Sep 7 and started against Mexico on Sep 11. Started against Colombia on Oct 11 and Peru on the 16. Started against England on Nov 15.
2019-20: Joined Lille where injuries limited him to three appearances.
2018-19: Played three times with PSG’s reserve team and twice with the senior squad where he scored his first goal. Moved to Celtic in the Scottish Premier League on loan, plaing in 13 games and scoring three goals.
2017-18: A member of PSG’s reserve team, playing in a dozen games and scoring twice. Made three appearances with the senior squad.
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