Norway’s position in the FIFA reached a historic low in November, reported the website Football-rankings.info on the 84 place team that remains without a coach.
It is awarded with the Faroe Islands. The fall under the coaching staff (ending last week) is fierce. And it is a multicultural society Norway has around him on track.
80) Cape Verde 443 points, 81) Antigua and Barbuda 433, 82) St. Kitts and Nevis 432, 83) China 423, 84) Faroe Islands and Norway 422, 86) Libya 417, 87) Armenia 412, 88) Qatar 409, 89) Kenya 397.
The Norwegian guys can only peek enviously towards the top. It will continue to be Argentina (1634) on the throne in front of Brazil (1544) and Germany (1433).
Diversion follows Chile (1404), Belgium (1368), Colombia (1345), France (1305), Portugal (1229), Uruguay (1187) and Spain (1166)
The worst offender is likely to remain China. The world’s most populous country stumbles barely ahead of Norway on the ranking.
November issue of the FIFA rankings will be announced Thursday.
In October 1993, Norway was number two in the world rankings. A few months later Egil “Drillo” Olsen was made fourth.
Source: NTB scanpix / Norway Today