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Zambia drops on FIFA rankings

ZAMBIA has dropped by four rungs to 88th on the FIFA/Coca-Cola world rankings.
The Chipolopolo have fallen by one rung to 22nd in Africa.
This is according to the rankings released in Zurich yesterday.
The nose-dive could be attributed to the Chipolopolo’s poor start in the 2015 Morocco Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers.
Honour Janza’s men were held to a goalless draw by Mozambique and lost 1-2 to Cape Verde.
They have accumulated 365 points.
Thier opponents in the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers Cape Verde are seventh on the continent and 41st overall, Niger are 28th in Africa and 107th in the world and Mozambique are 29th on the continent and 109th globally.
Algeria have maintained the first position in Africa, Ivory Coast are second and Tunisia are third.
Fourth are Ghana, Senegal are fifth, sixth are Nigeria, Cape Verde are seventh, Cameroon (eight), Guinea (nine), Burkina Faso (10).
Others making the top 20 are Congo (11), Mali (12), Egypt (13), South Africa (14), Libya (15), Democratic Republic of Congo (16), Sierra Leone (17), Benin (18), Uganda (19) and Gabon (20).
World champions Germany are still in the driving seat globally.