10-year-old professional football player left his mark on Africa. Eric Marshall, who transferred to FC Gar’ou from the Liberia 4th Football League team in Africa at the age of 10 and stayed on the field for 80 minutes in the first game of his career, were astonished. This is how Marshall’s first game, the youngest football player in the world, was reflected on the screens.
Eric Marshall, a 10-year-old professional, spent 80 minutes on the field in his first match. The child star, who did not have a certain position, became the youngest football player in the world.
TRANSFER FROM SCHOOL TEAM
He was born on May 15, 2010 in Monrovia, the capital of Liberia. After his successful performance in the school team, he transferred to FC Gar’ou, one of the Liberia 4th League teams. Eric Godpower Marshall, who played his first match against Haifia Fc and stayed on the field for 80 minutes, became the youngest football player in the world.
“If we lose the match, it starts to cry”
His best friend Alex said of him, “If we start losing the match, Eric immediately starts to play in every position. Defense, setter, midfielder, striker and everything else. Because he hates losing. If we lose the match, he starts crying.”