Alireza Mansourian

1971 - Today

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Alireza Mansourian (Persian: علیرضا منصوريان; born 2 December 1971) is an Iranian football coach and retired player. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Alireza Mansourian has received more than 98,244 page views. His biography is available in 15 different languages on Wikipedia. Alireza Mansourian is the 9,755th most popular soccer player (down from 8,331st in 2019), the 510th most popular biography from Iran (down from 448th in 2019) and the 33rd most popular Iranian Soccer Player.

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    Coefficient of Variation (CV)


Among soccer players, Alireza Mansourian ranks 9,755 out of 21,273Before him are Alberto Marcos Rey, Alan McInally, Vladimír Coufal, Andrea Raggi, Júlio Tavares, and Julio César de León. After him are Rafael Carioca, Riccardo Saponara, Ari, Marco Donadel, Marco Ureña, and Facundo Medina.

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Among people born in 1971, Alireza Mansourian ranks 774Before him are Friderika Bayer, Kjersti Grini, Kristian Jensen, Albert Demchenko, Vin Baker, and Pavel Patera. After him are Stan Collymore, Chicane, Rafael Berges, Svetlana Goncharenko, Byambasuren Davaa, and Turu Flores.

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In Iran

Among people born in Iran, Alireza Mansourian ranks 510 out of 631Before him are Hamid Estili (1967), Omid Abtahi (1979), Taraneh Javanbakht (1974), Milad Mohammadi (1993), Sareh Bayat (1979), and Hadi Saei (1976). After him are Ramin Karimloo (1978), Mohammad Khakpour (1969), Mahnaz Afshar (1977), Shamsia Hassani (1988), Gegard Mousasi (1985), and Maz Jobrani (1972).

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Among soccer players born in Iran, Alireza Mansourian ranks 33Before him are Andranik Teymourian (1983), Reza Ghoochannejhad (1987), Mehrdad Minavand (1975), Ramin Rezaeian (1990), Hamid Estili (1967), and Milad Mohammadi (1993). After him are Mohammad Khakpour (1969), Omid Ebrahimi (1987), Saeid Ezatolahi (1996), Jalal Hosseini (1982), Shojae Khalilzadeh (1989), and Sohrab Bakhtiarizadeh (1972).