First Time Since 2007, Spain Exit 10 of the FIFA Ranking

First Time Since 2007, Spain Exit 10 of the FIFA Ranking

First Time Since 2007, Spain Exit 10 of the FIFA Ranking

Zurich – Performance less okay Spain recently made La Furia Roja is now outside the top 10 FIFA rankings, which is the first time in eight years.

After being eliminated in the group phase of the World Cup, Spain tried to get up by winning three of four games in 2016. The European Cup Qualifying game ended defeat of Slovakia.

But unfortunately protege Vicente Del Bosque was putty in two friendly matches counter strong teams, France and Germany, which ultimately puts them in a position to-11 list of the latest state of the FIFA rankings released on Thursday (12/3) night.

This is for the first time since 2007 ‘Team Matador’ was not in the top 10. Since winning the 2008 European Cup and World Cup 2010, and came back to win the European Cup in 2012, Spain has always ranked first.

Italy replaced Spain after climbing two places to number 10, the first in the top 10 since June 2014. The remaining 10 FIFA rankings unchanged with Germany in first place, followed by Argentina and Colombia.

While the British position down to 17th position shifted the Czech Republic that is one level above.

Meanwhile Indonesia up two stairs to No. 156, but still below Malaysia (155), Singapore (154), Myanmar (153), Thailand (142), Vietnam (130), and the Philippines as ASEAN team rated the best in the position to-128.

FIFA rankings per March 2015

1. Germany
2. Argentina
3. Colombia
4. Belgium
5. Netherlands
6. Brazil
7. Portugal
8. France
9. Uruguay
10. Italy
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11. Spain
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156. Indonesia