Flávio Amado

1979 - Today

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Flávio da Silva Amado (born 30 December 1979), better known as Flávio, is an Angolan former professional footballer striker. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Flávio Amado has received more than 92,893 page views. His biography is available in 26 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 24 in 2019). Flávio Amado is the 5,127th most popular soccer player (down from 4,599th in 2019), the 20th most popular biography from Angola (down from 17th in 2019) and the 4th most popular Angolan Soccer Player.

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  • 2.22

    Coefficient of Variation (CV)

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Among soccer players, Flávio Amado ranks 5,127 out of 16,923. Before him are Héctor Moreno, Dieumerci Mbokani, Marek Čech, Stephan Lehmann, Gheorghe Craioveanu, and Neville Southall. After him are Gil Merrick, Tetsuya Totsuka, Stefan Klos, Jajá, Bernd Dreher, and Dimitris Papadopoulos.

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Among people born in 1979, Flávio Amado ranks 297Before him are Sotirios Kyrgiakos, Radoslav Kováč, Karam Gaber, Gao Yuanyuan, Yvonne Catterfeld, and Petra Majdič. After him are Ana Moura, Patrick Owomoyela, Lucas Severino, Rie Tanaka, Daniel Narcisse, and Muntadhar al-Zaidi.

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In Angola

Among people born in Angola, Flávio Amado ranks 20 out of 55. Before him are Rui Jordão (1952), Eduardo Nascimento (1943), José Eduardo Agualusa (1960), Paulo Kassoma (1951), José Manuel Imbamba (1965), and Manuel Vicente (1956). After him are Akwá (1977), João Ricardo (1970), Oliveira Gonçalves (1960), William Carvalho (1992), Leila Lopes (1986), and Pedro Emanuel (1975).


Among soccer players born in Angola, Flávio Amado ranks 4Before him are Fernando Peyroteo (1918), José Águas (1930), and Rui Jordão (1952). After him are Akwá (1977), João Ricardo (1970), Oliveira Gonçalves (1960), William Carvalho (1992), Pedro Emanuel (1975), Manucho (1983), José Luís Vidigal (1973), and Paulo Figueiredo (1972).