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Super Eagles Drop To 31st Position In Latest FIFA Ranking

Super Eagles Drop To 31st Position In Latest FIFA Ranking

The Super Eagles of Nigeria dropped to 31st position in the latest FIFA/Coca-Cola World Ranking released on Thursday, Completesports.com reports.

The latest men’s ranking was published on FIFA’s official website.

In Africa, the Super Eagles now occupy the fourth spot behind Senegal, Morocco and Tunisia, who are first, second and third respectively.

Sierra Leone who lost to the Eagles in the 2023 AFCON qualifiers, dropped to 113th while Guinea-Bissau remained in 115th.

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São Tomé and Principe, who lost 10-0 to the Eagles in the AFCON qualifiers, dropped to 187th spot.

Meanwhile, Brazil remain in the number one spot and Belgium also retained second place.

Argentina moved up one place to third, replacing France who are now in fourth position and England are non movers in fifth.

Spain are in sixth, Italy seventh,Netherlands in eight, Portugal in ninth spot and in number 10 it a Denmark.

The next FIFA/Coca-Cola World Ranking will be published on 25 August 2022.

By James Agberebi

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  • Childiomimi 2 years ago

    I guess our high-profile friendlies accounted for our drop. We will come strong again

    • the same high profile friendlies that NFF and salisu and Buhari. conspired to send a second B team to execute was that not when the clamor by fans and Ex Internationals for NPFL games saying that we need to try them so it has now become high-profle abi? lol!!! When will Nigeria learn???. why won’t we drop when Nigeria doesn’t take anything seriously!.When I tell people Nigeria is Nigeria’s problem you think its a joke. This country continuously sabotages it’s own progress it is sad.

      • Thought you will blame Rohr

        • Oakfield 2 years ago

          I tell u @tayo. Was expecting him to mention Rohrs name but surprisingly he didn’t. If it were omo9ja, he would have.

          • Edoman 2 years ago

            Omo9ja is a regressive individual who was mainly responsible for the undeservedly sacking of our former Oga Rohr and thereby responsible for Nigeria absence from the World Cup this year. To this day, omo9ja still talk bad about Oga Rohr and that is fair.

    • Bigdaf 2 years ago

      Cold hard facts.

      Tunisia that leapfrogged us played 4, won 3 and drew 1 (10 points).

      In that same time Nigeria played 4 lost 2 and won 2 (6 points)

    • Your team is not going to the World Cup so what do you expect? By December you will be 100th on the ranking…lol

      • pompei 2 years ago

        Better not to go to the world cup, than to go there to COLLECT WOTOWOTO.
        WOTOWOTO awaits the BANKU SHYSTERS in Qatar.
        What happened to Zaire in 1974 world cup is about to SHELE on top of Ghana all over again!

  • MONKEY POST 2 years ago


    No be by FIFA RANKING…

    U dey PLAY WORLD CUP????


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