African Football

Kenya improve, Uganda drop in the latest FIFA ranking


Kenya have moved two places up the latest FIFA ranking, released Thursday 12th, to position 87th.

The Harambee Stars have remained domant since last year.

AFCON bound neighbors Uganda meanwhile have dropped a place to 73rd, but remain the best placed in the CECAFA region.

The Cranes, who have been getting in shape for continental showpiece due Saturday 14th, lost 3-0 to African Champions Ivory Coast in a build-up in Abu Dhabi yesterday.

Rwanda ranked third in this region have moved a step back to 93rd while Ethiopia keep 112nd spot.

Sudan and Burundi have also dropped two and one place respectively to 217 and 139.

Senegal is the best placed team in Africa at position 33 followed by Ivory Coast (34), Egypt (35) and Tunisia (36).

Argentina is the best team in the world followed by Brazil, Germany and Chile in the order.

About Bonface Osano

African Football Writer contributing @Soka25east | Commentator; appeared on @MySoccerAfrica, @KweseSports, @ntvkenya, others | Keen follower of African Football. E-mail: [email protected]

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