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Uganda Falls Again In FIFA Ranking

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With Fufa issued a notice of termination of contract to the Scot tactician Bobby Williamson on Monday 8 that ended his four years and eight months career at the helm, Uganda can improve its position with a home win in their next World Cup 2014 qualifier against Liberia in June under new management.

Regionally, Uganda is the highest ranking member in East Africa with Tanzania at 116 jumping three places up. Kenya lies in 122 position moving up four places while Rwanda has dropped to 135 three places down.

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