The Kenya national team Harambee Stars’ has yet again registered a big drop in the FIFA rankings with the latest release on Thursday 2 June showing a drop by a massive 13 places from the 116th position to 129th place.
Kenya played two international matches in the rankings period; against Tanzania and Sudan, both ending in identical 1 – 1 draws and in the process managed 276 points in the rankings, a negative difference from the previous 303 registered in the May rankings.
In Africa Kenya has moved down to number 41 and in the CECAFA region, Kenya is fourth behind Rwanda who are 103rd in the world, Ethiopia in 125th place in the world and Sudan who have remained static at 128th place in the global rankings.
Meanwhile, Rwanda were the worst movers in the region and the world, dropping by 16 places from 87th place to 103rd in the world while Madagascar were the best movers in the world after climbing 29 positions from number 137 to position 108.
Algeria remains the best ranked country in Africa followed by African champions Ivory Coast while Argentina and Belgium hold the top two places in the world.