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The International Federation of Football History and Statistics (IFFHS) regularly updates a club world ranking throughout the season, using a complex study of statistics.

These include the results of 12 months of continental and intercontinental competitions, domestic league matches, as well as other calculations.

Manchester United remain the number one ranked team in the world following their recent Champions League victory in May.

Somewhat surprisingly Scottish runners-up Rangers, who last week crashed out of the Champions League preliminaries at the hands of Lithuanian minnows Kaunas, are in second place, with Chelsea in third and Bayern Munich and Barcelona completing the top five.

Other 'big' hitters in the top 50 include Sao Paulo (11), Getafe (17), Arsenal de Sarandí (18), Audax Italiano (37) and Atlético Nacional Medellín (43)

One huge European name that is nowhere to be seen is Italian superpower Juventus, who only just sneak into the top 100, way down in 95th place.

The Top 10:

1. (1.) Manchester United FC England

2. (4.) Glasgow Rangers FC Scotland

3. (2.) Chelsea FC London England

4. (3.) FC Bayern Munich Germany

5. (5.) FC Barcelona Spain

6. (6.) AS Roma Italy

7. (7.) Liverpool FC England

8. (8.) Arsenal FC London England

9. (9.) CA Boca Juniors Argentina

10. (10.) FC Inter Italy

11. (11.) São Paulo FC Brazil

12. (13.) AC Fiorentina Florence Italy

13. (19.) Fluminense FC Brazil

13 (14.) Olympique Lyonnais France

15. (15.) AC Milan Italy

16. (21.) Fenerbahçe SK İstanbul Turkey

17. (17.) Getafe FC Spain

18. (18.) Arsenal FC Sarandí Argentina

18. (14.) SV Hamburg Germany

http://www.goal.com/en/Articolo.aspx?ContenutoId=814773

Remember, WATP :rangers:

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The International Federation of Football History and Statistics (IFFHS) regularly updates a club world ranking throughout the season, using a complex study of statistics.

These include the results of 12 months of continental and intercontinental competitions, domestic league matches, as well as other calculations.

Manchester United remain the number one ranked team in the world following their recent Champions League victory in May.

Somewhat surprisingly Scottish runners-up Rangers, who last week crashed out of the Champions League preliminaries at the hands of Lithuanian minnows Kaunas, are in second place, with Chelsea in third and Bayern Munich and Barcelona completing the top five.

Other 'big' hitters in the top 50 include Sao Paulo (11), Getafe (17), Arsenal de Sarandí (18), Audax Italiano (37) and Atlético Nacional Medellín (43)

One huge European name that is nowhere to be seen is Italian superpower Juventus, who only just sneak into the top 100, way down in 95th place.

The Top 10:

1. (1.) Manchester United FC England

2. (4.) Glasgow Rangers FC Scotland

3. (2.) Chelsea FC London England

4. (3.) FC Bayern Munich Germany

5. (5.) FC Barcelona Spain

6. (6.) AS Roma Italy

7. (7.) Liverpool FC England

8. (8.) Arsenal FC London England

9. (9.) CA Boca Juniors Argentina

10. (10.) FC Inter Italy

11. (11.) São Paulo FC Brazil

12. (13.) AC Fiorentina Florence Italy

13. (19.) Fluminense FC Brazil

13 (14.) Olympique Lyonnais France

15. (15.) AC Milan Italy

16. (21.) Fenerbahçe SK İstanbul Turkey

17. (17.) Getafe FC Spain

18. (18.) Arsenal FC Sarandí Argentina

18. (14.) SV Hamburg Germany

http://www.goal.com/en/Articolo.aspx?ContenutoId=814773

Remember, WATP :rangers:

No Real Madrid yet Getafe get a mention!

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A richly deserved honour for our fantastic football team who grace any field with our stunning performances weekly, by our supremley gifted and hugely talented players.

Even the way our club is run from the directors down is a model example, the way they go about their jobs is a credit, and it keeps the mighty Rangers machine purring along ,a blueprint even ,for any club now trailing in our wake.

I thank my lucky stars daily that our great club is on the crest of a wave ready to topple Man Utd from the no 1 spot.

My heartfelt thanks once more to the managment and players of our great institution, whom i beleive will never never let the standard of play and player fall.

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