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Doniéber Alexander Marangon (born 22 October 1979), known as Doni, is a Brazilian former footballer who played as a goalkeeper. He is the elder brother of João Paulo Fernando Marangon. Doni also holds an Italian passport. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Doni has received more than 17,149 page views. His biography is available in 37 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 36 in 2019). Doni is the 4,033rd most popular soccer player (down from 3,738th in 2019), the 709th most popular biography from Brazil (down from 604th in 2019) and the 384th most popular Brazilian Soccer Player.

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    Languages Editions (L)

  • 4.74

    Effective Languages (L*)

  • 3.13

    Coefficient of Variation (CV)

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Among soccer players, Doni ranks 4,033 out of 16,923Before him are Antony de Ávila, José Reinaldo de Lima, Miguel Ángel Angulo, Milenko Ačimovič, Dušan Tadić, and Antonio Rüdiger. After him are Ki Sung-yueng, Jorge Da Silva, Tsuyoshi Kitazawa, Max Kruse, Satoshi Miyauchi, and Miguel Herrera.

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Among people born in 1979, Doni ranks 178Before him are Nazanin Boniadi, Fabrizio Miccoli, Shawn Ashmore, Tim Cahill, Ivica Kostelić, and Vincent Kartheiser. After him are Ransom Riggs, Haha, Sharman Joshi, Songül Öden, Gerard López, and Elisabeth Harnois.

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In Brazil

Among people born in Brazil, Doni ranks 709 out of 1,947Before him are Edu (1981), Afonso Alves (1981), Edson Tavares (1956), Rodrigo Taddei (1980), Zé Maria (1973), and José Reinaldo de Lima (1957). After him are Jonas Gonçalves Oliveira (1984), Dedé (1978), José Aldo (1986), Júnior (1973), Thiago Neves (1985), and Valdir Benedito (1965).


Among soccer players born in Brazil, Doni ranks 384Before him are Fernando (1987), Edu (1981), Afonso Alves (1981), Rodrigo Taddei (1980), Zé Maria (1973), and José Reinaldo de Lima (1957). After him are Jonas Gonçalves Oliveira (1984), Dedé (1978), Júnior (1973), Thiago Neves (1985), Valdir Benedito (1965), and Matuzalém (1980).