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post #1 of 16 (permalink) Old October 19th, 2005, 23:09 Thread Starter
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FIFA Ranking/Arab: October 2005

FIFA Ranking/Arab: October 2005



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 27. Tunisia              (-4)
 31. Saudi Arabia         (-3)
 32. Egypt                (-1)
 35. Morocco              (+1)  
 55. Bahrain              (-2)
 67. Iraq                 (+1)
 67. Kuwait               (-6)
 77. Qatar                (-2) 
 78. Jordan               (-9) 
 80. Oman                 (-2)

 82. Algeria              (+1)
 84. Libya                (-4)
 89. United Arab Emirates (-1)
 94. Sudan                (-1)
107. Syria                (-5)
122. Lebanon              (-4)
131. Yemen                ( 0)
136. Palestine            ( 0)
178. Mauritania           (-2)
188. Somalia              ( 0)
201. Djibouti             ( 0)
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post #2 of 16 (permalink) Old October 20th, 2005, 06:14
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Those rankings are just retarded !!! Bahrain stronger than Algeria, Libya and Sudan ??? Are they freaking nuts ??? Bahrain would not even get the ball past half against them.
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post #3 of 16 (permalink) Old October 20th, 2005, 12:39 Thread Starter
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Those rankings are just retarded !!! Bahrain stronger than Algeria, Libya and Sudan ??? Are they freaking nuts ??? Bahrain would not even get the ball past half against them.
at least they have a chance to qualify to the World Cup
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thats wrong, Oman is not 80, its 78 !

I checked from the Official Fifa Website

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thats wrong, Oman is not 80, its 78 !

I checked from the Official Fifa Website
no its 80
check it again.
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Libya and Sudan better than Lebanon? This I doubt too much!

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This ranking is about results. it doesn`t necessarily mean that a given team is better than other. It just mean they got better results (this was the Bahrain case, for instance).
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Bahrain are very good.They will go the worldcup after the 1-1 draw in Trindad&Tobago!

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Yes, I feel that they are going to draw 0-0 and qualify to the World Cup

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comparing between the arabians team in ASIA & Africa is unfair. Because playing with Indonesia, Bangladesh, Yemen or Thailand, is totally different than playing against Cameroon, Nigeria, Egypt or Libya. the chances of qualifying to the World Cup from asia is much easier, due to the easy opponents strong teams meet, and due to the qualifying system occured in Asia, which recommend 8 teams divided into 2 groups and the first two qualifies straight away and having the third playing against the 4th of America.
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comparing between the arabians team in ASIA & Africa is unfair. Because playing with Indonesia, Bangladesh, Yemen or Thailand, is totally different than playing against Cameroon, Nigeria, Egypt or Libya. the chances of qualifying to the World Cup from asia is much easier, due to the easy opponents strong teams meet, and due to the qualifying system occured in Asia, which recommend 8 teams divided into 2 groups and the first two qualifies straight away and having the third playing against the 4th of America.
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comparing between the arabians team in ASIA & Africa is unfair. Because playing with Indonesia, Bangladesh, Yemen or Thailand, is totally different than playing against Cameroon, Nigeria, Egypt or Libya. the chances of qualifying to the World Cup from asia is much easier, due to the easy opponents strong teams meet, and due to the qualifying system occured in Asia, which recommend 8 teams divided into 2 groups and the first two qualifies straight away and having the third playing against the 4th of America.
comparing between the arabians team in ASIA & Africa is unfair. Because playing with Cape Verde, Uganda, Benin or Gabon, is totally different than playing against Japan, South Korea, Iran or Saudi Arabia. the chances of qualifying to the World Cup from africa is much easier, due to the easy opponents strong teams meet, and due to the qualifying system occured in africa, which recommend 30 teams divided into 5 groups.
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Because playing with Cape Verde, Uganda, Benin or Gabon, is totally different than playing against Japan, South Korea, Iran or Saudi Arabia. the chances of qualifying to the World Cup from africa is much easier, due to the easy opponents strong teams meet, and due to the qualifying system occured in africa,
OMG !!!! i doubt u know anything about african football !!!!!!! :frustrat:

african teams r much stronger than asian one's btw ...africa deserves anoher place in the WC

i'll tell u the names of the strongest countries in africa : GHANA ,ANGOLA,TUNISIA,COTDIVOIRE,TOGO,CAMEROUN,EGYPT,MOR OCOO,LIBYA,SOUTHAFRICA,NIGERIA,SENEGAL,CONGO,ALGER IA(NAME 0NLY),GUINEA ,zambia and zimbabwe ........

btw egypt ended 3rd in its group and beated ksa and korea on their grounds !!!!!!!!!

7 of the teams i mentioned r better than korea and ksa btw .....i dont find a strong team in asia except japan !!! maybe korea !!

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comparing between the arabians team in ASIA & Africa is unfair. Because playing with Indonesia, Bangladesh, Yemen or Thailand, is totally different than playing against Cameroon, Nigeria, Egypt or Libya. the chances of qualifying to the World Cup from asia is much easier, due to the easy opponents strong teams meet, and due to the qualifying system occured in Asia, which recommend 8 teams divided into 2 groups and the first two qualifies straight away and having the third playing against the 4th of America.
Too biased!

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comparing between the arabians team in ASIA & Africa is unfair. Because playing with Cape Verde, Uganda, Benin or Gabon, is totally different than playing against Japan, South Korea, Iran or Saudi Arabia. the chances of qualifying to the World Cup from africa is much easier, due to the easy opponents strong teams meet, and due to the qualifying system occured in africa, which recommend 30 teams divided into 5 groups.
Too biased but i realize you're simply answering the same way Ayman did. In reality, I will say Africa is harder. However, in the end, only the best teams make it. What people dont realize in Africa is how bad away games are. Most of Africa is poverty-stricken so playing away games in places like Liberia, Congo, Rwanda, etc... can be hell. Just getting there, teams sometimes fly away from the country just catch a flight there. For example, North African countries sometimes fly to Paris to catch a flight to southern Africa. Once there, things only get tougher. You have to deal with poor infrastrucutre (hotels, visas, training facilities), poor transportation (getting to and from practise) and a hostile environment (local teams do anything to win). Most teams take full advantage of the last part. In last years African Cup, Tunisia made one its teams in its group practise in a field 2 hours away. That means the team spent 4 hours on a bus ?!?!?? All countries are guilty of this. Rarely well you ever hear a coach say 'Country X was a perfect host!' Also, while both continents have their big guns, Africa has lots of smaller countries that are just as dangerous. A look at the top African players in Europe will show you this. Guys like Adebayor (Togo), Kallon (Sierra Leone), Kanoute (Mali), Camara (Guinea), etc...

In the end, I think anyone will realize how tough it is to make from Africa. Competition is slightly tougher (Asia isnt as bad as people make it out to be) and other factors make it a nightmare.
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Tony said all that needs to be said on the matter.

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