By Amini Nyaungo
Tanzania has continued to decline in world football soccer today after the International Football Federation (FIFA) released Coca-Cola FIFA \world football ranking in October where Tanzania has dropped for 11 positions.
In the FIFA calendar in October, Tanzania played a friendly match against Malawi on October 7 at Uhuru Stadium in Dar es Salaam and in 1-1 draw, Tanzania coming back and equalized a goal at 75th minutes through international player Simon Msuva who played Difaa El Jadida of Morrocco.
Ranking released today shows Tanzania has dropped from 11 positions, from 125 positions in September to 136 positions in October.
Uganda's 0-0 draw against Ghana, has risen for one position from 71 to 70 and continues to lead to the East African side. Kenya has dropped 14 positions from 88 to 102 positions
The ranking table makes pleasant reading for many European nations in top ten. Germany lead the number one followed by Brazil, Portugal and Argentina while Tunisia leads to Africa as 28th place
Peru’s enjoyed historic rise, they placed themselves at number ten, and are one of five nations celebrating their best-ever ranking position this month. Sharing that distinction are Palestine (84, up 7), Luxembourg (93, up 8), Comoros (127, up 14) and Chinese Taipei (143, up 8).