President-elect Donald Trump will soon be inaugurated as the 45th president of the United States of America.
Trump defeated Hillary Clinton in one of the most US presidential elections results ever received.
Over the last two months, Trump came up with a list of people who will make up his cabinet and assist in his executive duties.
Trump's cabinet include the Vice President and the heads of 15 executive departments — the Secretaries of Agriculture, Commerce, Defense, Education, Energy, Health and Human Services, Homeland Security, Housing and Urban Development, Interior, Labor, State, Transportation, Treasury, and Veterans Affairs, as well as the Attorney General.
Despite picking his cabinet, Trump will have to wait on the senate to approve his selections.
This is probably what Trump's cabinet would probably look like if he decided to pick footballers join him in governance;
Vice President - Rui Faria
Has been a faithful assistant to Jose Mourinho since his Porto days. Ryan Giggs had to leave Manchester United in the summer because Faria was going to be number two again.
Secretary of Agriculture - Micheal Owen
The man rares horses which is enough for him to be in charge of agriculture though horses and farming have little in common.
Secretary of Commerce - Paul Pogba
His commercial power is enough that he has already repaid his huge $120m transfer fee with shirt sales. He would add some dubbing and swag to Trump's reign.
Secretary of Defense - Thiago Silva
Who can marshall a defense better than PSG captain Thiago Silva who is regarded by many as the best defender in the world.
Secretary of Education - Frank Lampard
At Chelsea, an IQ test was administered and it was reported that Lampard had an IQ of above 150, which would place him amongst the most intelligent 0.1 percent of the world's population.
Secretary of Energy - N'Golo Kante
This man can run for 120 minutes at the same speed. HE will provide the whole of America with boundless energy without breaking a sweat.
Secretary of Health and Human Services - Jack Wilshere
Comical isn't it? With his frequent visits to doctors due to injuries, Wilshere must have learnt a thing or two hence he is the perfect option to be in charge of health.
Secretary of Homeland Security - Massimo Allegri
Always animated on the touchline and looks like someone who is in charge of the security detail of a man whose life is always in danger.
Secretary of Housing and Urban Development - Lionel Messi
His house is shaped like a football field from the top, is designed like a soccer ball and is built like his shirt number; 10. Without doubt the best candidate for the job.
Secretary of Interior - Paul Scholes
Little is know about his personal life as he keeps it out of the media. He could do so with the affairs within the USA.
Secretary of Labour - Jurgen Klopp
According to rumours, Klopp makes his players run the extra-mile in training and he once said his style of play involved whact is called ghengenpressing which involves a lot of hard work.
Secretary of State - Pavel Nedved
Is there a better club representative in world football than Juventus vice-president Nedved who has served on the board. He is also amicable with sporting directors at other clubs.
Secretary of Transportion - Raheem Sterling
The man brings a new car to training every new day of the week which tell you he knows his rides. Perfect to be in charge of transport.
Secretary of Treasury - Obafemi Martins
He knows how to spend his money without listening to advice. The USA has a lot of money, why not let Obafemi Martins spend it for you.
Secretary of Veteran Affairs - Paolo Maldini
The legendary AC Milan defender played at the top of the game till he was 41 and did so as a real veteran of the game. Francesco Totti might take over if Trump is re-elected though.
Attorney General - Simon Mignolet
The Liverpool goalie has a degree in law and political science. What else to say?
Congratulation Donald Trump!