Fifa defends 'not logical' rankings

Fifa defends 'not logical' rankings

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• Jérôme Valcke says rankings are 'still a good picture'• England rose to fourth and Brazil fell to 11th in latest rankingsThe Fifa secretary general, Jérôme Valcke, has defended the organisation's rankings that have placed England fourth in the world and Brazil 11th but has admitted the system can sometimes...
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