Daniel Parejo

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Daniel Parejo Muñoz (Spanish pronunciation: [daˈnjel ˈdani paˈɾexo]; born 16 April 1989) is a Spanish professional footballer who plays as a central midfielder for Villarreal and the Spain national team. After starting out at Real Madrid, he first made a name in La Liga with Getafe. Transferring to Valencia in 2011, he went on to appear in 383 official matches for the latter club and win the 2019 Copa del Rey. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Daniel Parejo has received more than 540,293 page views. His biography is available in 39 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 34 in 2019). Daniel Parejo is the 3,121st most popular soccer player (down from 2,839th in 2019), the 1,441st most popular biography from Spain (down from 1,183rd in 2019) and the 233rd most popular Spanish Soccer Player.

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Among soccer players, Daniel Parejo ranks 3,121 out of 16,923Before him are Kazuaki Nagasawa, Darío Silva, Gerald Asamoah, Pavel Badea, Filip De Wilde, and Obafemi Martins. After him are Arne Friedrich, Gerard Cieślik, Róbert Vittek, Velimir Zajec, Herbert Neumann, and Gumercindo Gómez.

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Among people born in 1989, Daniel Parejo ranks 58Before him are Lucy Hale, Holger Badstuber, Domagoj Vida, Zedd, Toby Alderweireld, and Nathalie Emmanuel. After him are Matthew Lewis, Daniel Sturridge, Salvador Sobral, Stevan Jovetić, Anthony Joshua, and Taeyeon.

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Among people born in Spain, Daniel Parejo ranks 1,441 out of 2,595Before him are Pedro Munitis (1975), Juan Bernat (1993), Jerónimo Saavedra (1936), Pablo Sarabia (1992), María Pedraza (1996), and Jimmy Jump (1976). After him are Francisco Javier de Istúriz y Montero (1790), Juan Ramón López Caro (1963), J. A. Bayona (1975), José Luis Mendilibar (1961), Abraham Olano (1970), and Lluís Homar (1957).


Among soccer players born in Spain, Daniel Parejo ranks 233Before him are Nolito (1986), David Albelda (1977), Xabier Azkargorta (1953), Pedro Munitis (1975), Juan Bernat (1993), and Pablo Sarabia (1992). After him are José Luis Mendilibar (1961), Carmelo Cedrún (1930), Fernando Vázquez (1954), Bruno Soriano (1984), Adama Traoré (1996), and Juan Hilario Marrero (1905).

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