jueves, 3 de febrero de 2011

Increible, en el Caribe somos el número 18

De todos los paises miembros de la FIFA del Caribe, somos el número 18 en el ranking. Puerto Rico que hace 12 años le ganabamos facilmente están en el lugar número 11.

Lean a continuación como la página web de la Unión de Fútbol de Caribe resalta como el pequeño archipiélago de las Bermudas nos superó. Hay que tener la cara dura para decir que hemos avanzado....

http://www.caribbeanfootballunion.org/home/component/content/article/507-shake-up-in-cfu-rankings-.html

Shake Up in CFU rankings


Grenada are now the third-best side in the Caribbean Football Union region, following a shake-up in the World Rankings for the month of February.

The Grenadians have now finally benefitted from the brunt of a strong performance in last year's Digicel Caribbean Cup, when the latest World Rankings were published on Wednesday by the sport's World governing body, FIFA. The Spice Boyz finished fourth in last year's DigiCup, when Cuba prevailed 1-0 over them in the consolation final.

As a result, Grenada have moved up two places in the World Rankings to 92nd, and have overtaken eight-time Caribbean champions Trinidad & Tobago. The Soca Warriors' drop in the World rankings by seven places – the most significant move in the CFU – leaves them as the region's fourth-best team, with a World ranking of 94th.

DigiCup champions Jamaica continue to lead the way in the CFU, with a World ranking of 59th. The rankings have offered the Reggae Boyz some breathing space at the top, with CFU No.2 Cuba six places behind in the World Rankings on 65th.

Haiti clung onto fifth place in the CFU, following a six position drop – the second highest behind T&T – that place them 96th in the World.

There are no significant changes in the rest of the CFU top-10, with Antigua & Barbuda, Guyana, and Suriname occupying positions six through eight, although their positions in the World Rankings have slightly weakened by either one or two places.

St Kitts & Nevis, one of five CFU countries that have trended upwards, remain at ninth with a World ranking of 118th (up three), and Dominica is 10th in the CFU with a World ranking of 128th (up one).

Outside of the CFU top-10, Bermuda and St. Vincent & the Grenadines are the biggest movers in the World Rankings. The same five teams that contended for positions 11 to 15 in the CFU for January continue to fight for recognition, with the Vincentians dropping four places in the World to 148th to hold on to 13th in the CFU.

Puerto Rico has moved up one place in the World to 130th to become CFU No 11, and oust Barbados, whose two position drop to 132nd in the World leaves them as the CFU No 12. The Netherlands Antilles and the Cayman Islands remain stationary, and hold onto CFU positions 14 and 15.

Bermuda have risen five places in the World to 167th to displace the Dominican Republic (168th, down one) as the 16th-best side in the CFU.


4 comentarios:

Anónimo dijo...

Señor grullon,
Cave señalar de que ese articulo es de febrero. Siguiendo ese sentido podemos ver de que hemos hecho avances desde entonces

Anónimo dijo...

cual avances siii antes habia mas futbol k ahora jajajajja ningun avance jajajajaj..avance porque la seleccion del salvador no sirvioo jajajaj miren como al salvador los golean en la ronda k sigue...por favor una liguita mayor eso es el avance jajajaj

Anónimo dijo...

es lamentable como muchas personas que dicen que aman el futbol y se dicen ser patriotas son los primeros que viven hablando del futbol nacional, dejemos esa mala practicas y aunemos esfuerzos para colaborar con este hermoso deporte.

Anónimo dijo...

y a quien le cavia en la cabeza pensar que hoy en dia el 80% de los jugadores de nuestra seleccion nacional estaria representado por mas de 15 provincias de nuestro pais eso es avanzar, ademas de tener mas de 30 jugadores militandos en diferentes ligas del mundo eso es lo que tenemos que resaltar dejemos la mediocridad que con eso no se crece.