Fabrizio Ravanelli

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Fabrizio Ravanelli

Fabrizio Ravanelli (Italian pronunciation: [faˈbrittsjo ravaˈnɛlli]; born 11 December 1968) is an Italian football manager and former international player. A former striker, Ravanelli started and ended his playing career at hometown club Perugia Calcio, and also played for Middlesbrough, Juventus and Marseille. He won five titles with Juventus, including a Serie A championship in 1995 and a Champions League title in 1996 where he scored in the final. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Fabrizio Ravanelli has received more than 660,777 page views. His biography is available in 30 different languages on Wikipedia making him the 103rd most popular coach.

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  • 660k

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  • 50.36

    Historical Popularity Index (HPI)

  • 30

    Languages Editions (L)

  • 7.12

    Effective Languages (L*)

  • 2.28

    Coefficient of Variation (CV)

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Among coaches, Fabrizio Ravanelli ranks 110 out of 280Before him are Juan López Fontana, Avram Grant, Henryk Kasperczak, Co Adriaanse, Mazinho, and Rudi Gutendorf. After him are Adhemar Pimenta, Vladimir Petković, Gian Piero Ventura, Sergio Bertoni, Henk ten Cate, and Oswaldo de Oliveira.

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Among people born in 1968, Fabrizio Ravanelli ranks 60Before him are DJ BoBo, Alois, Hereditary Prince of Liechtenstein, Hervé Renard, Damon Albarn, Stefan Effenberg, and Gary Coleman. After him are Michael Weatherly, Robert Rodriguez, Michael Kiske, Helena Christensen, Mohamed Atta, and Paolo Di Canio.

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In Italy

Among people born in Italy, Fabrizio Ravanelli ranks 2,217 out of 3,282Before him are Achille Silvestrini (1923), Angelica Catalani (1780), Mauro Piacenza (1944), Quintus Claudius Quadrigarius (-200), Carlo Ruzzini (1653), and Eugene de Blaas (1843). After him are Vitale Faliero (1100), Virginio Rosetta (1902), Attilio Nicora (1937), Giuseppe Parini (1729), Franco Causio (1949), and Eusebio Kino (1645).

Among COACHES In Italy

Among coaches born in Italy, Fabrizio Ravanelli ranks 15Before him are Massimiliano Allegri (1967), Alberto Zaccheroni (1953), Cesare Prandelli (1957), Luciano Spalletti (1959), Walter Zenga (1960), and Roberto Donadoni (1963). After him are Gian Piero Ventura (1948), Sergio Bertoni (1915), Luigi Delneri (1950), Francesco Graziani (1952), Ezio Pascutti (1937), and Lido Vieri (1939).

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