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Andrej Panadić

1969 - Today

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Andrej Panadić (born 9 March 1969) is a Croatian football manager and a former defender. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Andrej Panadić has received more than 27,194 page views. His biography is available in 45 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 40 in 2019). Andrej Panadić is the 187th most popular coach (up from 196th in 2019), the 220th most popular biography from Croatia (down from 189th in 2019) and the 7th most popular Croatian Coach.

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  • 27k

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  • 58.03

    Historical Popularity Index (HPI)

  • 45

    Languages Editions (L)

  • 10.53

    Effective Languages (L*)

  • 2.40

    Coefficient of Variation (CV)

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Among COACHES

Among coaches, Andrej Panadić ranks 187 out of 329. Before him are Vadão, Bülent Korkmaz, Vicente de la Mata, Viorel Moldovan, Ramón Encinas, and Francesco Guidolin. After him are Sergio Markarián, Baltasar Albéniz, Chris Coleman, John Jensen, Paulo Emilio, and Martin O'Neill.

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Contemporaries

Among people born in 1969, Andrej Panadić ranks 214Before him are James Gray, Juan Carlos Villamayor, Christy Turlington, Noah Taylor, Hyde, and Lee Jae-yong. After him are Jan Axel Blomberg, Virginie Despentes, Mahsun Kırmızıgül, Helmut Lotti, Pierfrancesco Favino, and Jenni Rivera.

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In Croatia

Among people born in Croatia, Andrej Panadić ranks 220 out of 518. Before him are Đurđica Bjedov (1947), Mate Trojanović (1930), Milan Rapaić (1973), Giovanni Arpino (1927), Zvonimir Soldo (1967), and Dario Šimić (1975). After him are Goran Karan (1964), Vjenceslav Novak (1859), Ulderico Sergo (1913), Ivano Balić (1979), Emir Spahić (1980), and Nikola Kalinić (1988).

Among COACHES In Croatia

Among coaches born in Croatia, Andrej Panadić ranks 7Before him are Tomislav Ivić (1933), Siniša Mihajlović (1969), Zlatko Kranjčar (1956), Branko Ivanković (1954), Ante Čačić (1953), and Tomislav Ivković (1960). After him are Borislav Cvetković (1962) and Igor Štimac (1967).