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Erich Obermayer

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Erich Obermayer (born 23 January 1953, in Wien) is a former Austrian football player. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Erich Obermayer has received more than 21,533 page views. His biography is available in 15 different languages on Wikipedia. Erich Obermayer is the 4,711th most popular soccer player, the 946th most popular biography from Austria and the 68th most popular Austrian Soccer Player.

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Among soccer players, Erich Obermayer ranks 4,711 out of 16,880Before him are Ruslan Malinovskyi, Karim Bellarabi, Michael Tarnat, Igor Korneev, Kae Nishina, and Roberto Acuña. After him are Ivan Strinić, Davide Zappacosta, Ramón Calderé, Cristian Brocchi, Georgi Yartsev, and Patricio Hernández.

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Among people born in 1953, Erich Obermayer ranks 472Before him are Hasse Borg, Albert Pyun, Cornel West, Caspar Memering, Aurlus Mabélé, and Franco Selvaggi. After him are Kaarlo Maaninka, Paul Mariner, Bobby Rahal, Bess Armstrong, Yahya Ould Hademine, and Osmo Vänskä.

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In Austria

Among people born in Austria, Erich Obermayer ranks 946 out of 1,237Before him are Michael Spindelegger (1959), Christian Klien (1983), Samuel Mosberg (1896), Thomas Morgenstern (1986), Willy Puchner (1952), and Ernst Vettori (1964). After him are Stephan Eberharter (1969), Bedřich Šupčík (1898), Toni Innauer (1958), Franz Wagner (1911), Marianne Mendt (1945), and Peter Kern (1949).


Among soccer players born in Austria, Erich Obermayer ranks 68Before him are László Sternberg (1905), Oliver Glasner (1974), Mario Haas (1974), Michael Baur (1969), Marc Janko (1983), and Michael Konsel (1962). After him are Franz Wagner (1911), Alex Manninger (1977), Peter Pacult (1959), Aleksandar Dragović (1991), Klaus Lindenberger (1957), and Andreas Ivanschitz (1983).