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Nigeria eye World Cup knock-out rounds

Nigeria can surpass expectations at the World Cup finals by demonstrating the same fighting spirit and teamwork that got them to Russia, captain Mikel John Obi said on Friday.

Nigeria retain 47th spot in FIFA rankings

The Super Eagles of Nigeria retained the 47th position in the latest FIFA world ranking released on Thursday.

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.

Super Eagles remain 52nd in latest FIFA world rankings

The Super Eagles of Nigeria remain 52nd in the latest FIFA men’s world rankings released on Thursday.

FIFA ranking: Nigeria drops one spot further

Nigeria has dropped further one spot in the latest FIFA ranking released by the football governing body on Thursday.

Super Eagles not bothered by drop in FIFA rankings – Patrick Pascal

Super Eagles co-ordinator Patrick Pascal is unperturbed despite the team faring poorly in the latest FIFA world rankings.

Spain climb two places in FIFA rankings

Spain climbed two places to sixth and Switzerland were up three spots to eighth in the latest FIFA world rankings released on Thursday.

Nigeria moves three places in latest FIFA world rankings

The Super Eagles of Nigeria moved up three places from 44th to the 41st position in the latest FIFA Coca-Cola World Rankings released on Monday.

Cape Verde move 47 places in latest FIFA rankings

Cape Verde are the biggest overall movers in the latest Fifa World Rankings as they climb a total of 47 places.

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.

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