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Super Falcons Drop One Spot In Fifa Rankings

Salome Unwuchola   World soccer governing body (FIFA) on Friday morning released the ranking for women’s football in the first quarter of the year and Nigeria’s Super Falcons maintained its position as Africa number one but dropped a spot in

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FIFA Ranking: Nigeria Drops By One Spot, Now World 35th

BY JOEL AJAYI Nigeria’s Super Eagles have dropped by one spot in the FIFA World Ranking for the month of October to now place as world 35th country. In the ranking table from the world football governing body, FIFA on

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FIFA Ranking: Nigeria Moves To 47th Position

By Taofeek Lawal and Emmanuel Olorunfemi, Abuja Nigeria has moved five places up, now 47th in the world and sixth in Africa with 635 points in the April FIFA/Coca Cola rankings released on Thursday. In the previous rankings, Nigeria was on

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Nigeria start strong in January Fifa ranking

Gernot Rohr’s men moved a place up in the monthly ritual released by the world football governing body Nigeria are ranked 50th in the world according to January Fifa ranking released published on Thursday morning. The Super Eagles climbed a

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African Champions Super Falcons Rise In FIFA Rankings

Reigning Africa women’s champions, the Super Falcons of Nigeria, moved up two places from 37th to 35th in the latest FIFA world rankings released on Friday. The Falcons’ won the Women’s Africa Cup of Nations in Cameroon in December and thus

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Super Eagles Slip In Final 2016 FIFA Ranking

The Super Eagles on Thursday dropped one spot from 50th to 51st in the final FIFA world ranking of 2016. The three-time African champions also ended the year as the eighth best team on the continent with 616 points. The Eagles were

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Fifa rankings: Wales up 15 places to 11th as England drop to 13th

Wales have moved above England and up to 11th in the Fifa world rankings after their run to the semi-finals of Euro 2016. Chris Coleman’s men have jumped 15 places and are two above managerless England, who dropped two spots after

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