Nov 30, 2010, 10:59 AM
The Scorpions of The Gambia have dropped out of the first 100 teams in the globe in the latest Fifa rankings released on Wednesday.
The Scorpions, who celebrated a score of 91 in the world and cemented their position on 22 in Africa last month, have now fallen back to 102 in the world and 27 in
The Scorpions are faced with the daunting task of pulling a qualification berth for the 2012 Africa Cup of Nations Qualifiers after stiff challenges from group mates
Other dropouts in the continent include African champions
World and European champions
The biggest movers in Africa are the Central African Republic, who have jumped 60 places to a 112th in the world and 28th in Africa, largely thanks to their 2-0 victory over Algeria in an Africa Cup of Nations qualifier earlier this month. It's the CAR's highest ever Fifa ranking.