The Romanian national footballteam jumped a remarkable 11places to rank 41st with a total of607 points in the FIFA rankingspublished on Wednesday. This isits best position since June 2010(back when it ranked 28th – editor’snote). This was the secondconsecutive month whenRomania climbed in the FIFArankings. Last month the teamclimbed 5 places. In FebruaryRomania reached its lowest ranksince 1993, being 57th. Here ishow our opponents in theEURO 2012 qualifiers fare:France dropped one place and is19th, Bosnia climbed 12 placesand is 44th and Albania climbed23 places and is now 50th. Thetop teams have remainedunchanged, Spain being theleader with 1,857 points, followedby world runner-upNetherlands (1,702 pts) andBrazil which climbed two places(1,425 pts).