Bernard Genghini

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Bernard Genghini (born 18 January 1958 in Soultz-Haut-Rhin, Haut-Rhin) is a French former footballer who played as a midfielder. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Bernard Genghini has received more than 45,579 page views. His biography is available in 27 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 25 in 2019). Bernard Genghini is the 2,508th most popular soccer player (down from 1,953rd in 2019), the 3,779th most popular biography from France (down from 3,133rd in 2019) and the 122nd most popular French Soccer Player.

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Among soccer players, Bernard Genghini ranks 2,508 out of 16,923Before him are Arne Nyberg, George Yonashiro, Juan Esnáider, César Sánchez, José Guilherme Baldocchi, and Doca. After him are Arturo Coddou, Pedro Dellacha, Carlos Lapetra, Algisto Lorenzato, Enrique Fernández Viola, and Lautaro Martínez.

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Among people born in 1958, Bernard Genghini ranks 207Before him are Joseba Sarrionandia, Nick Park, Manu Katché, Thomas Hearns, Eddie Cheever, and Kuupik Kleist. After him are Marlies Göhr, Luz Casal, Bebe Neuwirth, Ted McGinley, Tetsuya Komuro, and Peter H. Gilmore.

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In France

Among people born in France, Bernard Genghini ranks 3,779 out of 5,234Before him are Jean Vautrin (1933), Nathalie Cardone (1967), Natalie Dessay (1965), Henri Masson (1872), Céline Tran (1979), and Sylvain Lévi (1863). After him are Robert Buron (1910), Ariane Ascaride (1954), Eugène Guillevic (1907), Marcel Pinel (1908), Jean Lucas (1917), and Joseph Bonnel (1939).


Among soccer players born in France, Bernard Genghini ranks 122Before him are Frédéric Kanouté (1977), Medhi Benatia (1987), Léon Glovacki (1928), Marcel Aubour (1940), Raymond Bellot (1929), and Louis Saha (1978). After him are Marcel Pinel (1908), Joseph Bonnel (1939), Stéphane Bruey (1932), Kingsley Coman (1996), Jean-Marc Guillou (1945), and Alain Perrin (1956).