Malawi drop 10 places on the FIFA world rankings

From Face of Malawi Thu Dec 20 2012, 00:55:22

The Malawi national football team has dropped ten places in December's FIFA World rankings released yesterday. The Flames, who were on position 101 have dropped 10 places and are now ranked 111 in the world. This could be attributed to the recent losses that the team experienced including the knock out in the CECAFA tournament. [...]

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