No Movement for Cranes in September Fifa Rankings

Uganda remained fixed on position 65 globally in the recent Fifa rankings released on Thursday 15th September despite picking a draw against Kenya in an international friendly and then defeating Comoros 1-0 to qualify for the 2017 AFCON.

Actually, treat in real sense the country has dropped a whole nineteen points from 525 accumulated in August down to 509 this month.

Surprisingly, order Comoros national team has moved up three places and perched on 152 worldwide and 49 in Africa. Their global position is the beat they have ever attained in their history.

2017 Afcon qualifiers group D winners Burkina Faso have scaled up six spaces to 67th after their hard-fought 2-1 win over Botswana.

East Africa.
The Cranes who are 15th in Africa still lead the region followed by Kenya at 91. The rest of the CECAFA teams lie below the 100 point mark. They include Rwanda (107/33), Ethiopia (126/39), Burundi (129/40), Tanzania (132/42) and Sudan (135/44).

World cup Q group E  opponents.
Uganda’s opponents in group E, Ghana, Egypt and Congo are all lying in the top 8 in Africa and are 43rd, 53rd and 54th respectively.

Argentina and Belgium maintained their dominance in the world football while Germany traded places with Colombia in the third and fourth positions. Brazil closes the top five, joint with Colombia on fourth after climbing five places.

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