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Macedonia 4 places down on the FIFA ranking list

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MacedoniaMacedoniaMacedonia dropped 4 places and lost 12 points because of the 1:1 draw with the weak Moldova. Now Macedonia is on the 61st place, the worst since February 2008 when Macedonia was on the same, 61st place.

The draw on a neutral field with the weak Moldovan team who in that time was on the 99th place dropped Macedonia 4 places on the newest FIFA/Coca-Cola World Ranking for March 2009. With 525 points, Macedonia is 1 point behind Senegal and 18 points more that 62nd placed Congo. After the 1:1 draw in Antalya, Moldova moved only 1 place up and now finds itself on the 98th place with 362 points, same as last month.

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56. Bolivia Bolivia 537
57. Finland Finland 535
58. Bosnia-Herzegovina Bosnia-Herzegovina 529
59. Slovenia Slovenia 527
60. Senegal Senegal 526
61. Macedonia Macedonia 525
62. Congo Congo 507
63. Gabon Gabon 505
64. Algeria Algeria 501
65. Venezuela Venezuela 498
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The top of the list is still owned by Spain, followed by Germany and the Netherlands.

1. Spain Spain 1666
2. Germany Germany 1366
3. Netherlands Netherlands 1317
4. Italy Italy 1284
5. Brazil Brazil 1260
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On the ranking only for the UEFA members, Macedonia dropped on the 33rd place. (in brackets is the actual FIFA ranking)

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29. (53.) Slovakia Slovakia 570
30. (57.) Finland Finland 535
31. (58.) Bosnia-Herzegovina Bosnia-Herzegovina 529
32. (59.) Slovenia Slovenia 527
33. (61.) Macedonia Macedonia 525
34. (68.) Wales Wales 481
35. (71.) Latvia Latvia 472
36. (75.) Iceland Iceland 441
37. (80.) Albania Albania 420
38. (84.) Cyprus Cyprus 407
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Ranking of the World Cup 2010 UEFA qualification Group 9. (in brackets is the actual FIFA ranking)

1. (3.) Netherlands Netherlands 1317
2. (28.) Scotland Scotland 755
3. (45.) Norway Norway 616
4. (61.) Macedonia Macedonia 525
5. (75.) Iceland Iceland 441

Comparation of the Balkan national teams. (in brackets is the actual FIFA ranking)

1. (7.) Croatia Croatia 1169
2. (11.) Turkey Turkey 1009
3. (19.) Greece Greece 863
4. (20.) Romania Romania 849
5. (27.) Bulgaria Bulgaria 757
6. (36.) Serbia Serbia 708
7. (58.) Bosnia-Herzegovina Bosnia-Herzegovina 529
8. (59.) Slovenia Slovenia 527
9. (61.) Macedonia Macedonia 525
10. (80.) Albania Albania 420
11. (112.) Montenegro Montenegro 310

The next ranking will be released on April the 8th.



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