Thursday, September 3, 2009

Malaysia's FIFA Ranking

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia remained in 152nd spot despite two draws in two international friendly matches, against China and Kenya, last month.

In the
latest ranking released by football’s governing body, Fifa, Malaysia collected three points from two draws but remained at 152nd spot with 123 points.

In South-East Asia, Malaysia are sixth behind Thailand (115), Singapore(127), Indonesia (133), Myanmar (145) and Vietnam (146).

Malaysia’s best ever spot in the Fifa ranking was 75th spot, way back in 1993 -- the first year the footballing body began ranking its members.

Meanwhile, Malaysia lost 0-1 to Saudi Arabian club Al-Qadisiya in a friendly held in Dammam early Thursday morning.

Coach K. Rajagobal’s boys will next face Jordan at the King Abdullah Stadium in Amman on Saturday.

*Taken from The Star Online

*For FIFA world's ranking, click here


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2 comments:

Johnny Ong said...

football is played by many m'sian boys but still we fall way behind the vietnamese and myanmar people?

wan hafiz said...

Johnny Ong: we got talents, but we no the right things to improve it. this is the main reason i think on why our team becomes the whipping teams.