60th – Black Stars maintain 60th position in FIFA world ranking, despite disappointing international break60th –

60th – Black Stars maintain 60th position in FIFA world ranking, despite disappointing international break60th –

Ghana’s football team, the Black Stars, has not changed its position in the FIFA world ranking or the African ranking, despite losing both of their matches in the October international break.

The Black Stars lost 2-0 to Mexico and 4-0 to the USA, but they remained in 60th place in the world and 11th place in Africa.

Morocco is the top-ranked African team, followed by Senegal, Tunisia, Algeria, and Egypt. Nigeria, Cameroon, Mali, Ivory Coast, and Burkina Faso complete the top 10.

Former Ghana international Frimpong Manso has criticized the current crop of Black Stars players, saying that they lack commitment and sacrifice.

Manso said that the Black Stars currently play like a “division two side.”

“These current Black Stars players are not committed and not willing to sacrifice for the nation,” Manso said. “They play like a division two side and struggle to defend against opponents.”

Manso’s comments come after Ghana’s poor performance in the October international break. The Black Stars failed to score a goal in either of their matches and were heavily defeated by the USA.

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Ghana’s future in football looks uncertain at the moment. The Black Stars have been struggling to perform at a high level in recent years, and they have failed to qualify for the last two World Cups.

The current crop of players is not as talented as previous generations, and there is a lack of depth in the squad.

However, there are some promising young players emerging, such as Abdul Fatawu Issahaku and Mohammed Kudus. If these players can develop into world-class talents, Ghana could have a bright future in football.

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Ghana’s decline in football

Ghana was once one of the most successful footballing nations in Africa. They won the Africa Cup of Nations four times, and they qualified for the World Cup three times.

However, Ghana’s performances have declined in recent years. They failed to qualify for the last two World Cups, and they were eliminated in the group stage of the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations.

There are a number of factors that have contributed to Ghana’s decline in football. One factor is the lack of investment in youth development. Ghanaian clubs are not investing enough money in developing young players, which is why there is a lack of depth in the current squad.

Another factor is the poor management of the Ghana Football Association. The GFA has been plagued by corruption and mismanagement in recent years, which has had a negative impact on the national team.

Ghana’s future in football

Ghana’s future in football looks uncertain at the moment. The Black Stars are not as talented as previous generations, and they need to find a way to improve their performances.

If Ghana wants to return to the top of African football, they need to invest more money in youth development and improve the management of the GFA.

Ghanaian fans’ reaction

Ghanaian fans are disappointed with the current state of the Black Stars. They are demanding that the players and the GFA improve their performance.

Some fans have even called for the resignation of GFA president Kurt Okraku.

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Conclusion

Ghana is a football-loving nation, and its fans are passionate about the Black Stars. However, the team’s recent performances have been disappointing, and fans are demanding change.

If Ghana wants to return to the top of African football, they need to invest more money in youth development and improve the management of the GFA.

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