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Andrzej Buncol

1959 - Today

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Andrzej Bernard Buncol (born 21 September 1959) is a Polish former footballer who played as a midfielder. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Andrzej Buncol has received more than 36,775 page views. Her biography is available in 18 different languages on Wikipedia. Andrzej Buncol is the 4,765th most popular soccer player (down from 3,964th in 2019), the 1,111th most popular biography from Poland (down from 934th in 2019) and the 53rd most popular Polish Soccer Player.

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Among soccer players, Andrzej Buncol ranks 4,765 out of 16,880Before her are Viktor Shustikov, Akihiro Nishimura, Raúl Bravo, Markus Rosenberg, Franz Wagner, and Alexander Isak. After her are Alessio Romagnoli, Sergiño Dest, Andy Carroll, Johnny Giles, Salomón Rondón, and Moussa Dembélé.

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Among people born in 1959, Andrzej Buncol ranks 432Before her are Victoria Rowell, Sérgio da Rocha, Steve Strange, Mike van Diem, Todd Solondz, and José Luis Ábalos. After her are Shivraj Singh Chouhan, Lutz Dombrowski, Andrew Morton, Shohreh, Charles M. Lieber, and John Allen Nelson.

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In Poland

Among people born in Poland, Andrzej Buncol ranks 1,111 out of 1,454Before her are Tomasz Stankiewicz (1902), Doda (1984), Marcin Wasilewski (1980), Zygmunt Anczok (1946), Marian Woronin (1956), and Tadeusz Rut (1931). After her are Jan Kowalczyk (1941), Piotr Trochowski (1984), Stefan Majewski (1956), Jan Furtok (1962), Andrzej Fischer (1952), and Henryk Wieczorek (1949).


Among soccer players born in Poland, Andrzej Buncol ranks 53Before her are Adam Musiał (1948), Lesław Ćmikiewicz (1948), Jan Urban (1962), Tomasz Kuszczak (1982), Marcin Wasilewski (1980), and Zygmunt Anczok (1946). After her are Piotr Trochowski (1984), Stefan Majewski (1956), Jan Furtok (1962), Andrzej Fischer (1952), Henryk Wieczorek (1949), and Jan Domarski (1946).