Rwanda falters in latest Fifa rankings Rwanda’s Amavubi team plummeted in the latest rankings released by the World football governing body, Fifa on Thursday.

The Amavubi who had last month been the highest mover in the region after gaining 7 spots to 130th and 39th in Africa saw a drop to 132nd. The East African nation also saw their position in Africa remain on 39th.

Within the East African region, Uganda’s rankings have continued to sink as they are now ranked 85th. They also dropped from 21st to 22 in Africa.

Kenya’s ranking did not move – retaining the 126th position in the World. They however dropped to 37th in Africa.

Tanzania however moved 8 places to 119th in the world and took the 33rd position in Africa. Burundi dropped 9 places to 124th in the World and are ranked 36th in Africa.

Next week’s 2014 World Cup qualifier Mali moved one place to 24th and third in Africa.

Ivory Coast are still Africa’s number one ranked country and 13th in the World (dropping one spot down). Ghana, Nigeria and Algeria complete the top 5 positions in Africa.

The top 6 positions in the world remained constant with Spain retaining the top spot followed by Germany, Argentina, England, Italy and Colombia respectively.

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