Nigeria's national soccer team remains at 44th position in the world but has moved up to the fourth spot in Africa on the November FIFA ranking. The Super Eagles are now behind Senegal, Tunisia and Morocco.
FIFA Rankings - Nigeria Fourth in Africa, Retains Global Position
Premium Times, 29 November 2018
Nigeria is now placed fourth in Africa and retains her 44th spot in the world with 1,427 points, as against October's 1,431 points, in the FIFA/Coca Cola Rankings released on… Read more »
Francis Uzoho in action as Nigeria's goalkeeper in the Super Eagles' match against Argentina at the 2018 FIFA World Cup.
Super Eagles Fail to Move in Latest FIFA Ranking, Retain 44th Place
Daily Trust, 30 November 2018
Nigeria remain in the 44th position in the world but moved up to the fourth spot in Africa on the November FIFA ranking. Read more »
FIFA Rankings - Nigeria Now Fifth in Africa, Retains 44th in the World
Vanguard, 29 November 2018
Nigeria is now placed fourth in Africa and retains its 44th spot in the world with 1427 points as against October's 1431 points in the FIFA/Coca Cola Rankings released on Thursday. Read more »
Two victories from two games in October have seen the Super Eagles move up four places to 44th in the world. The team is now third in Africa behind Tunisia and Senegal. Read more »
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