Wednesday, July 14, 2010

One headline, two bad news items

Spain tops FIFA rankings, Canada takes free fall:

Canada, meanwhile, suffered its worst drop ever, falling 37 spots to No. 100.

It marks Canada’s worst ranking since March 2007 when it sat at 103rd. Canada’s best ranking was 40th in December 1996.

So, we're still in the top 100, which keeps us on the 2nd page when they chop the full list into 50-team sections. Worst yet is the CONCACAF table. Lets all hope and pray Jack Warner doesn't see T&T's #5 ranking, or else these standings might end up counting for something.

131USA USA9691Up12
242Mexico Mexico872-7Down-23
463Honduras Honduras644-8Down-90
494Costa Rica Costa Rica584-9Down-126
765Trinidad and Tobago Trinidad and Tobago40519Up52
836Jamaica Jamaica368-2Down-31
907El Salvador El Salvador343-18Down-109
948Panama Panama323-20Down-111
1009Canada Canada295-37Down-221
11410Cuba Cuba21512Up21

Happy summer.

2 comments:

Lord Bob said...

Panama? Oh, fuck off, FIFA.

For what it's worth, we're 55th in the world Elo rankings.

Pompey Canuck said...

Have no fear boys, I am just compiling the latest version of how the FIFA rankings will look in May 2011. As it stands now were are well ahead of T&T so anything that Jack cooks up, will be sure to benefit us as well.