Giorgio Puia

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Giorgio Puia (Italian pronunciation: [ˈdʒordʒo ˈpuːja]; 8 March 1938) is an Italian football manager and former player who played as a defender. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Giorgio Puia has received more than 14,664 page views. His biography is available in 15 different languages on Wikipedia. Giorgio Puia is the 3,669th most popular soccer player, the 3,346th most popular biography from Italy and the 242nd most popular Italian Soccer Player.

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  • 2.70

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Among soccer players, Giorgio Puia ranks 3,669 out of 16,923Before him are Kim Joo-sung, Yasuharu Kurata, Friedhelm Funkel, Jorge Costa, Amauri, and Manuel Sarabia. After him are Jesús Glaría, René Fernández, Arminas Narbekovas, Adrián, Michael Krohn-Dehli, and Sandro Wagner.

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Among people born in 1938, Giorgio Puia ranks 405Before him are Mark Rakita, Barbara Wagner, Gianluigi Saccaro, Satch Sanders, Billy Mills, and Porter Goss. After him are Gimax, Ernie Pieterse, David Owen, Armando Tobar, Spencer Dryden, and John Smith.

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In Italy

Among people born in Italy, Giorgio Puia ranks 3,346 out of 4,088Before him are Pierluigi Pairetto (1952), Giuseppina Leone (1934), Mauro Picotto (1966), Gianuario Carta (1931), Manuela Di Centa (1963), and Stefania Belmondo (1969). After him are Gimax (1938), Gabriele Muccino (1967), Robert G. Vignola (1882), Violante Placido (1976), Luigi Apolloni (1967), and Giuliana De Sio (1956).


Among soccer players born in Italy, Giorgio Puia ranks 242Before him are Paolo Conti (1950), Marco Ballotta (1964), Graziano Pellè (1985), Andy Selva (1976), Moreno Torricelli (1970), and Piermario Morosini (1986). After him are Luigi Apolloni (1967), Cristiano Doni (1973), Mark Iuliano (1973), Franco Tancredi (1955), Simone Pepe (1983), and Luca Marchegiani (1966).