The Black Stars of Ghana has moved from the 52nd spot to the 53rd spot after the loss to South Africa recently.
The drop follows Ghana's terrible display in their initial two World Cup qualifiers, beating Ethiopia and losing to South Africa in their initial two games
The Black Stars in the opener beat Ethiopia 1-0 at the Cape Coast arena prior to losing toward the South Africa with the equivalent scoreline at the FNB Stadium in Johannesburg.
Regardless of the drop in the World, the four-time African bosses stay at the seventh put on the mainland behind Senegal, Tunisia, Algeria, Morocco, Nigeria and Egypt.
The former coach Charles Kwablan Akonnor left the Black Stars work with the side dropping from their typical 52nd situation to the 53rd situation in the most recent positioning delivered by FIFA.
The former coach and his two delegates were sacked on Monday by the Ghana Football Association because of the group's sub-par appearing.
In November 2019 , the Black Stars broke into the main 50 without precedent for a very long time under previous Coach James Kwesi Appiah.
The Black Stars finished in the Top 50 preceding Charles Kwabla Akonnor took over in January 2020 preceding football was stopped because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Black Stars will confront Zimbabwe in October in the following round of the World Cup qualifiers in a doubleheader.
Black Stars of Ghana, the senior national team
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