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FIFA ranking: Poland move up to 57

FIFA ranking: Poland move up to 57

WARSAW, Poland. Feb 03 — The Polish national team have risen up one place in the recent Coca-Cola FIFA ranking update.

In this latest rank chart the white-red now find themselves in the 57th position. In turn, in the first top “10” best included the 2010 African champions Egypt join, which thus is the country’s best result in history.

After matches in Thailand at the 40th FAT King’s Cup 2010™ the Poles went up slightly in this prestigious classification, which does not alter the fact that they still remain in a shamefully low position.

For the moment supporters can only dream that the team led by Franciszek Smuda rank classification will soon rise as high as The Pharaohs had.

The Egyptians after winning the CAF 2010 African Cup of Nations™ jumped fourteen spots and occupy the high ranked, tenth place.

In the very forefront of the ranking there are no changes. The first still remains as Spain, and behind – Brazil and the Netherlands.

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