Dudu Georgescu

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Dudu Georgescu (born 1 September 1950) is a retired Romanian footballer who played as a forward and a former coach. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Dudu Georgescu has received more than 114,905 page views. His biography is available in 24 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 22 in 2019). Dudu Georgescu is the 945th most popular soccer player (up from 960th in 2019), the 178th most popular biography from Romania (down from 173rd in 2019) and the 10th most popular Romanian Soccer Player.

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Among soccer players, Dudu Georgescu ranks 945 out of 16,923Before him are Juan Zambudio Velasco, Salvador Sadurní, Thomas Häßler, Aleksandar Tirnanić, Tokutaro Ukon, and Djibril Cissé. After him are Branko Stanković, Romelu Lukaku, Gino Colaussi, Mario Götze, Víctor Rodríguez Andrade, and Juan Alonso.

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Among people born in 1950, Dudu Georgescu ranks 156Before him are Alexander Lebed, Steven Van Zandt, Thom Barry, Megumi Torigoe, Terry Gou, and James Rothman. After him are Bruce Boxleitner, Yuen Wah, Takao Orii, Moshe Ya'alon, Carl Palmer, and Genesis P-Orridge.

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In Romania

Among people born in Romania, Dudu Georgescu ranks 178 out of 572Before him are Constantin Ion Parhon (1874), Ion C. Brătianu (1821), Péter Eötvös (1944), Ilie Verdeț (1925), Gheorghe Popescu (1967), and Miklós Bánffy (1873). After him are Mihail Sadoveanu (1880), Constantin Dăscălescu (1923), Tamás Bakócz (1442), Liviu Rebreanu (1885), Radu Lupu (1945), and István Bethlen (1874).


Among soccer players born in Romania, Dudu Georgescu ranks 10Before him are László Bölöni (1953), Emerich Jenei (1937), Anghel Iordănescu (1950), Helmuth Duckadam (1959), Elek Schwartz (1908), and Gheorghe Popescu (1967). After him are István Avar (1905), Miodrag Belodedici (1964), Adrian Mutu (1979), Josef Posipal (1927), Cristian Chivu (1980), and Alexander Vencel (1944).