Antonio Olmo

1954 - Today

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Antonio Olmo Ramírez (born 18 January 1954) is a Spanish retired football defender and manager. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Antonio Olmo has received more than 28,010 page views. Her biography is available in 16 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 15 in 2019). Antonio Olmo is the 3,530th most popular soccer player (down from 2,816th in 2019), the 1,506th most popular biography from Spain (down from 1,181st in 2019) and the 256th most popular Spanish Soccer Player.

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  • 16

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  • 1.65

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Among soccer players, Antonio Olmo ranks 3,530 out of 16,923Before her are Vladimir Stojković, Volodymyr Kaplychnyi, Dmitri Alenichev, German Apukhtin, Željko Milinovič, and Rafael. After her are Jorge Carrascosa, José Daniel Valencia, Nando González, Pietro Paolo Virdis, Dominique Dropsy, and Alessandro Santos.

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Among people born in 1954, Antonio Olmo ranks 371Before her are Andrei Sannikov, Corbin Bernsen, Carly Fiorina, Philippe Bergeroo, Joseph Ngute, and Arliss Howard. After her are Robert Pastorelli, Karel De Gucht, Daniyal Akhmetov, Clem Burke, Harvey Fierstein, and Katherine Pancol.

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In Spain

Among people born in Spain, Antonio Olmo ranks 1,506 out of 2,595Before her are Pablo Iglesias Turrión (1978), Braulio Rodríguez Plaza (1944), Michael López-Alegría (1958), Jaume Balagueró (1968), Jesé (1993), and Ester Expósito (2000). After her are Nando González (1921), Albert Costa (1975), Borja Valero (1985), Emilio Sánchez (1965), Marc Gasol (1985), and Vicente Amigo (1967).


Among soccer players born in Spain, Antonio Olmo ranks 256Before her are Pedro Vallana (1897), Antonio Adán (1987), José Francisco Molina (1970), Tomás Fernández (1915), Marcos Llorente (1995), and Jesé (1993). After her are Nando González (1921), Borja Valero (1985), Antonio Maceda (1957), Suso (1993), Koke (1992), and Joseba Etxeberria (1977).