Reggae Boyz Make Marginal Move Up FIFA Rankings
Jamaica’s Reggae Boys have made a marginal move in the right direction on the latest iteration of the FIFA Coca Cola world ranking.
Jamaica, now ranked at 76 (moving up one place) is the fourth highest ranked team from the Caribbean with Haiti holding the top spot at number 69.
St Kitts and Nevis climbed four places to number 73 while first time Concacaf Gold Cup qualifier Curacao falls one place to 74.
Mexico at 17, Costa Rica 19 and the USA at 30 are the highest ranked Concacaf teams.
Argentina and Brazil are ranked number one and two respectively while reigning World Cup champions Germany are third.
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