Kwesi Appiah Ranked 32nd Best National Team Coach In The World, “Milo” Rated 331

Former Black Stars coach, Kwasi Appiah has been ranked the 32nd best coach in the World as declared in the recent National team Coaches ranking released on Monday September 8.

The 54-year-old was relieved from his post as Black Stars coach just four days after being ranked among the top 50 national team coaches in the World.

Appiah’s honoury turned out after guiding the Black Stars to the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil where Ghana failed to progress in the competition for the first time.

Meanwhile, his African counterpart and Nigeria’s head coach Stephen Keshi was the only African Coach ranked among the best 20 in the World as he occupied the number 14th position.

Serbian trainer Milovan Rajevac who has been alleged to be in pole position for the Black Stars coaching job however ended up 299 places below Appiah as he was rated number 331 in the World.

Germany’s World Cup winning coach Joachim Low is ranked number one in the World with Spain’s Vicente Del Bosque, former Italy coach Cesare Prandelli, departed Portugal trainer Paulo Bento and USA manager Jurgen Klinsmann following in that other to complete the top five national team coaches in the World.

Below are the rankings of top National team coaches in the World:

1. Joachim Low
2.Del Bosque
4.Paolo Jorge Gomes Bento
5.Jurgen Klinsmann
6.L Van Gaal
7.Fernando Santos
8.Jose Pekerman
10.Jose Manuel de la Torre
11.Luis Felipe Scolari
12.Jorge Luis Pinto
13.Marc Wilmots
14.Stephen Keshi
15.N Pumpido
16.Reinaldo Rueda
17.Ottmar Hitzfeld
18.Julio Valdes
19.Safet Susic
20.Alberto Zaccheroni
22.Eric Hamren
23.Alejandro Sabella
24.Fernando Suarez
25.Sergio Apraham
26.Jorge Sampaoli
27.Morten Olsen
28.Fabio Capello

30. Bob Bradley
31.Cesar Farias
32.James Kwesi Appiah

331. Milovan Rajevac