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Friday, August 17, 2018

Nigeria Drops In Latest FIFA Ranking, May Be Banned By FIFA

Nigeria has slipped down one spot in the latest FIFA rankings from number forty-eight to forty-nine after failing to qualify for the second stage of the World Cup in Russia.

2018 FIFA World Cup winners, France climbed to the top of the FIFA/Coca-Cola World Ranking in the first edition of the global rankings since they emerged world champions.

France who went up six places are followed by in third place winner at the World Belgium, Brazil is seated third, while World Cup finalist Croatia climb 16 places to fourth, Uruguay, England, Portugal complete top seven in the global rankings.

FIFA is insisting that Pinnick is the legitimate head of the NFF following his triumph in the election held on 30 September 2014, hence, Giwa must stay off before August 20, 2018. Failure
to abide by the directive would see the country banned from all footballing activities.

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Councillor Uyiosasere Eboigbe

They should ban Dem is Bata

Endy Edeson

@Eboigbe; Monday is the deadline, I hope Nigeria won't be stubborn to FIFA decisions

Councillor Uyiosasere Eboigbe

If dy like oga edeson dy should b stubborn, how can dis b happening to Nigeria everything go from worse to worse everyday , can a smaller country b behaving like dis

Daniel Orji

I have lose confidence in the super eagles (our national football team) I don't see hope of getting better with what they play! What ever FIFA decide for them, good for them.

Browayson John Sr.

Hmmm 😕 this is seriously shameful for us as a strong footballing nation!!! And if this issue isn't resolved before that date it's gonna be a disgrace to us! But it seems we are not even moved..
I'm not surprised, its obvious power tussle & corruption runs in virtually every facet of our filthy nation. Bring the 🔨 down on 🇳🇬 FIFA

Endy Edeson

@John; It's a system problem. Imagine, the govt not moved by FIFA threats. 😱

Anuforo Osinachi James

The government don't care because they feel that sports is a failed sector in Nigeria and nothing good can come out of it that they can't benefit. So instead of worrying, let's focus on our oil, anti-corruption war, roads and other key and basic infrastructure where they can embezzle, saphonize and corner the funds meant for this projects. That's why they don't care.
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