The Lone Stars are just nine places away from accumulating another humiliating record in the monthly FIFA Coca cola Rankings.
Liberia has dropped 10 places in the latest FIFA Rankings for the month of June.
The red, white and blue outfit is now ranked 151 in the world just nine spot from reaching another worst score in the monthly examination by FIFA of its members’ countries.
They are tied with Tahiti on 174 points and two places ahead of PAPUA NEW GUINEA who earned 169 points also in June.
The Lone Star also dropped to 46 spot on the African continent.
The Lone Star worst ranking in history is 160 which was accumulated in 2010 when Musa Bility was elected for the first term as President of the Liberian FA.
Liberia highest climb ever in the rankings was high as 73rd spot, in 2001, when the squad was still bolstered by the presence of former world player of the year George Weah.
In the months of April and May Liberia was ranked 141 and also finished February and March at 102 spots respectively.
Liberia just played her first match since 2016 on Monday. Thanks to a 1-0 win over Sierra Leone in an international friendly.
The Super Eagles OF Nigeria retained the fourth spot on the Continent behind Egypt, Senegal and Cameroon who occupy the first, second and third spots respectively.
Congo DR, Tunisia, Burkina Faso, Cote D’Ivoire, Ghana, Algeria complete the top ten ranking in Africa.