George Yonashiro

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George Yonashiro (与那城 ジョージ, Yonashiro Jōji, born November 28, 1950) is a former Japanese Brazilian (Nisei) football player and manager. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of George Yonashiro has received more than 13,237 page views. His biography is available in 53 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 48 in 2019). George Yonashiro is the 2,503rd most popular soccer player (down from 2,262nd in 2019), the 519th most popular biography from Brazil (down from 441st in 2019) and the 261st most popular Brazilian Soccer Player.

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Among soccer players, George Yonashiro ranks 2,503 out of 16,923. Before him are Jimmy McGrory, Giuseppe Casari, Walter Meeuws, Louis Saha, Juninho Paulista, and Arne Nyberg. After him are Juan Esnáider, César Sánchez, José Guilherme Baldocchi, Doca, Bernard Genghini, and Arturo Coddou.

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Among people born in 1950, George Yonashiro ranks 322Before him are Lee Tamahori, Jenny Holzer, Boris Morukov, Graham Hancock, Anne Carson, and Ljubomir Ljubojević. After him are Frank Silva, Kate Nelligan, Karim Khalili, Rick Baker, Gary Locke, and Bob Daisley.

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In Brazil

Among people born in Brazil, George Yonashiro ranks 519 out of 1,947. Before him are Sylvio Hoffmann (1908), Edivaldo Martins Fonseca (1962), César Lattes (1924), Márcio Santos (1969), Eugênio Sales (1920), and Juninho Paulista (1973). After him are José Guilherme Baldocchi (1946), Doca (1903), Vadão (1956), Algisto Lorenzato (1910), Aurélio de Lira Tavares (1905), and Flávio Conceição (1974).


Among soccer players born in Brazil, George Yonashiro ranks 261Before him are Heitor Canalli (1910), Danilo (1991), Sylvio Hoffmann (1908), Edivaldo Martins Fonseca (1962), Márcio Santos (1969), and Juninho Paulista (1973). After him are José Guilherme Baldocchi (1946), Doca (1903), Algisto Lorenzato (1910), Flávio Conceição (1974), Hernanes (1985), and Arthur Melo (1996).