The U.S. national soccer team had little to be thankful for Nov. 28 when the latest FIFA world rankings were released and showed the U.S. tumbling five spots to No. 28, It’s the lowest Juergen Klinsmann’s team has been in the rankings – which are based on a points system determined by weighed results over a four-year period – since June 2013 and it’s 15 places below the No. 13 ranking the U.S. took into last summer’s World Cup.
Los Angeles Times: US drops to No. 28 in FIFA world rankings