Didier Domi

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Didier Arsène Marcel Domi (born 2 May 1978) is a French former professional footballer who played as a left-back. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Didier Domi has received more than 70,458 page views. His biography is available in 15 different languages on Wikipedia. Didier Domi is the 10,862nd most popular soccer player, the 4,934th most popular biography from France and the 569th most popular French Soccer Player.

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  • 70k

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  • 43.87

    Historical Popularity Index (HPI)

  • 15

    Languages Editions (L)

  • 2.83

    Effective Languages (L*)

  • 2.42

    Coefficient of Variation (CV)

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Among soccer players, Didier Domi ranks 10,862 out of 16,923. Before him are Kazumasa Kawano, Ri Han-jae, Takaya Kurokawa, Carlos Martínez, Abdullah Jumaan Al-Dosari, and Iñaki Lafuente. After him are Kendall Waston, Billy Sharp, Jamal Alioui, Raphael Wolf, Bobo Baldé, and Ats Purje.

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Among people born in 1978, Didier Domi ranks 808Before him are Björn Lind, Jang Sung-ho, Masakazu Senuma, Sisqó, Silvija Talaja, and Eric Papilaya. After him are Abdoulaye Faye, Yelena Prokhorova, Alex Oliveira, Davor Kus, Alexander Medina, and Trina.

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In France

Among people born in France, Didier Domi ranks 4,934 out of 5,234. Before him are Emerse Faé (1984), Oulaya Amamra (1996), Vincent Koziello (1995), Marcel Tisserand (1993), Marie Sebag (1986), and Thylane Blondeau (2001). After him are Jamal Alioui (1982), Bobo Baldé (1975), Franck Boidin (1972), Simon Desthieux (1991), Jordan Ferri (1992), and Zakarya Bergdich (1989).


Among soccer players born in France, Didier Domi ranks 569Before him are David Bellion (1982), Habib Bamogo (1982), Dimitri Foulquier (1993), Emerse Faé (1984), Vincent Koziello (1995), and Marcel Tisserand (1993). After him are Jamal Alioui (1982), Bobo Baldé (1975), Jordan Ferri (1992), Zakarya Bergdich (1989), Neal Maupay (1996), and Nicolas Gillet (1976).