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Kenneth Omeruo hails Super Eagles improvement in FIFA ranking

Kenneth Omeruo has said he is delighted the Super Eagles have now moved up to 47th from 52nd in the latest FIFA Rankings.

Nigeria move 5 places up in FIFA rankings

Nigeria has moved five places up, now 47th in the world and sixth in Africa with 635 points in the April FIFA/Coca Cola rankings released, on Thursday.

Falcons: France won’t disgrace us after walloping Ghana 8-0

France pummeled Ghana 8-0 in a friendly last year, but the Super Falcons have vowed they won’t be disgraced by the 2019 Women’s World Cup hosts when both teams clash tomorrow.

FIFA Rankings: Ex-Super Eagles goalie Peter Rufai urges Nigerians not to panic

Former Super Eagles stopper, Peter Rufai, has advised Nigerians and Super Eagles fans not to panick about the latest FIFA rankings of the national team.

Nigeria drops in FIFA ranking, despite impressive outings

The Super Eagles of Nigeria dropped six places in the latest FIFA Coca Cola world rankings despite impressive results against Cameroon in the World Cup qualifying matches.

Nigeria drop 6 places in latest FIFA rankings

Nigeria have dropped six places to 44 in the world in the latest FIFA Rankings released today despite a 4-0 home win over higher ranked Cameroon in a World Cup qualifier earlier this month.

Nigeria, Cameroon move up in latest FIFA rankings

World Cup rivals Nigeria and Cameroon have both moved a spot up in the latest FIFA Rankings released today by the world football governing body.

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