Lagos - Nigeria’s Super Eagles have dropped seven places in
the latest FIFA ranking for November released on Thursday by the world football
Nigeria has now gone down from 52nd to 59th place in the
world. The 2013 African champions also slipped two places from 10th in October to
12th on the continent of Africa.
Ivory Coast displaced Algeria to top spot in Africa, while
Ghana retain their 3rd position.
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Tunisia moved up two places in Africa to 4th place, leaving
Senegal on the 5th spot, while Cape Verde slipped two places to 6th.
Cameroon, Congo, Guinea and Congo DR complete the top ten
teams in Africa.
On the global scale, Belgium top the FIFA/Coca-Cola World
Ranking for the first time in history. The Red Devils have jumped two places on
the November edition to replace previous leaders Argentina (3rd, down 2) and
world champions Germany (2nd, unchanged).
The biggest climbers in the top ten are Chile (5th, up 4),
while England (9th, up 1) and Austria (10th, up 1) have each made slight
progress. This is the first time that Belgium, Chile and Austria have ever
reached such heights on the global ladder.For
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