André Paus

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André Paus (born 9 October 1965 in Weerselo) is a Dutch former professional footballer and current manager of Maltese club Birkirkara. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of André Paus has received more than 26,781 page views. His biography is available in 21 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 18 in 2019). André Paus is the 5,884th most popular soccer player (down from 5,394th in 2019), the 870th most popular biography from Netherlands and the 167th most popular Dutch Soccer Player.

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  • 21

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  • 5.10

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  • 2.02

    Coefficient of Variation (CV)

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Among soccer players, André Paus ranks 5,884 out of 16,923Before him are Julio César Cáceres, Matías Silvestre, Ben Foster, Umut Bulut, John Stones, and Jorge Otero. After him are Hillal Soudani, Alexander Merkel, Hitoshi Nakata, Jermaine Jones, Stan Cullis, and Kim Dong-jin.

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Among people born in 1965, André Paus ranks 519Before him are Inon Zur, Kenny Harrison, Leni Robredo, Hernán Díaz, Jane Adams, and František Mysliveček. After him are Christian Schenk, Eduardo Campos, Matthew Weiner, Gary Pallister, Mario Frick, and Jonathan Glazer.

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In Netherlands

Among people born in Netherlands, André Paus ranks 870 out of 1,209Before him are Jan Smit (1985), Sven Kramer (1986), Jeanine Hennis-Plasschaert (1973), Ireen Wüst (1986), Nathan Aké (1995), and Kew Jaliens (1978). After him are Marco van Ginkel (1992), Robert Gesink (1986), Ronald Waterreus (1970), Davy Klaassen (1993), Manon Bollegraf (1964), and Paul Verhaegh (1983).

Among SOCCER PLAYERS In Netherlands

Among soccer players born in Netherlands, André Paus ranks 167Before him are Hedwiges Maduro (1985), Sjaak Troost (1959), Mario Melchiot (1976), Raimond van der Gouw (1963), Nathan Aké (1995), and Kew Jaliens (1978). After him are Marco van Ginkel (1992), Ronald Waterreus (1970), Davy Klaassen (1993), Paul Verhaegh (1983), Jeffrey Bruma (1991), and Earnie Stewart (1969).