Lagos - Super Eagles remained unmoved in the January world
ranking of the Federation of International Football Association released on Thursday.
Nigeria maintained the 66th position in the world, and 14th
place on the continent.
The top five places in Africa remained unchanged with Ivory Coast
still sitting on top, and are trailed by Algeria, Ghana, Cape Verde, Tunisia
and Senegal, just as it was in the December 2015 ranking.
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Belgium ended 2015 on a high note and they have begun 2016
in the same fashion.
The Red Devils remain top of the table in the first
FIFA/Coca-Cola World Ranking of 2016, while Argentina and Spain have also held
onto their respective second and third positions.
With the majority of the top teams enjoying a well-deserved
break in the final weeks of 2015, the situation in the top 50 remains largely
unchanged in the latest ranking.For
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